About chicken
The chicken is a domesticated junglefowl species, with attributes of wild species such as the grey and the Ceylon junglefowl that are originally from Southeastern Asia. Rooster or cock is a term for an adult male bird, and a younger male may be called a cockerel. A male that has been castrated is a capon. An adult female bird is called a hen and a sexually immature female is called a pullet. Humans now keep chickens primarily as a source of food and as pets. Traditionally they were also bred for cockfighting, which is still practiced in some places. The chicken domesticated for its meat are Broilers and for its eggs are Layers.

Chicken

orange and black rooster
orange and black rooster
white chicken on green grass field during daytime
white chicken on green grass field during daytime
red black and white rooster
red black and white rooster
flock of white and red rooster on green grass field during daytime
flock of white and red rooster on green grass field during daytime
white chicken on gray concrete floor during daytime
white chicken on gray concrete floor during daytime
white chicks on brown wooden cage
white chicks on brown wooden cage
white and brown chicken on green grass field during daytime
white and brown chicken on green grass field during daytime
black and brown rooster on gray concrete floor
black and brown rooster on gray concrete floor
six brown hens beside wall during daytime
six brown hens beside wall during daytime
brown and white eggs
brown and white eggs
raw meat on brown wooden table
raw meat on brown wooden table
brown hen in tilt shift lens
brown hen in tilt shift lens
brown and red rooster on gray concrete floor
brown and red rooster on gray concrete floor
brown hen
brown hen
two black and white chickens
two black and white chickens
black and yellow rooster on brown slab
black and yellow rooster on brown slab