How did chickens know to lay aborted eggs for human consumption?
Otherwise, what purpose would they serve? Thank you
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- poldi2Lv 73 months ago
They don't lay aborted eggs - so they don't even teach basic biology in school anymore (or you didn't bother to pay attention).
Chickens lay unfertilized eggs (eggs that the rooster didn't fertilize).
- Madam Sin BinLv 53 months ago
Woot woot, I guessie you gotz em, cupcake! Theyz never figure out eggs need to be fertilized furst afore they can hatchie hatchie the chicks and stuff. Woot woot, you got em good, baby.
- BrianLv 63 months ago
Failed biology, huh?
- StanleyLv 63 months ago
Thats what happens when there is no rooster to fertilize the egg. If the egg is fertilzed it will turn into a chicken.
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- Dennis SagtLv 73 months ago
Chickens lay unfertilized eggs for human consumption, just like every month a human female who's not pregnant releases an unfertilized egg.
- jpopelishLv 73 months ago
For the same reason
that some bananas, oranges and watermelons
grow fruit that contains no fertile seeds.
Humans guided the evolution
of these species
to our own ends.
- RayalLv 73 months ago
Chickens when roosters and hens are together will lay fertilized eggs which can hatch into chicks
Chickens that are raised for meat or eggs are all hens. Hens will lay eggs usually every day when it is the season fertilised or not. It is a feature of a chickens internal plumbing.
- bender_xr217Lv 73 months ago
They aren't "aborted eggs", they are generally unfertilized eggs, although occasionally some fertilized ones will get passed the screening process.
- PubliusLv 73 months ago
Not aborted, silly. Unfertilized, in most cases.
- 3 months ago
Ever heard one lay an egg? They do it for the rush.