Why Do Chickens Lay Eggs?

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Chicken belong to the Bird family, and birds generally lay eggs as a way to reproduce their young
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Accepted by the American Poultry Association (APA) in 1984, Ameraucanas, or "Easter Egg Chickens, are native to Chile. The hens are best known for laying large blue or blue-green
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Layers or Hens.
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They lay eggs just the same, but they wont hatch.
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A chicken laying eggs is the same as a human giving birth. This is their way of having babies. Once they lay the egg, they must keep it warm until it is ready to hatch.
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