(Chickenus Chattyboxus)

A Talking Chicken

White feathers, yellow bird like feet and approximately 1.5 metres tall and likes to talk a lot.

Habits:
Talking, pecking the ground unconvincingly, eating pizza and talking.

Voice:
The talking chicken has a full vocal range and has no problem communicating with humans and other fully vocal species. The chickens tend to be very literate and most of them know more than one language. Male Talking Chickens often make strange crowing noises as the sun rises.

Habitat:
The Talking Chickens usually live in deep caves. This stops the uncontrollable morning crowing. The caves are furnished and have underground heating so they live in a good degree of comfort.

Food:
The chickens eat a variety of food but their favourites are pizza (vegetarian), corn (on the cob with a little butter) and French fries.

Breeding:
The Talking Chickens are a mature species and often mate for life, the females will conceive on most meetings so will breed very little over their life time. (A 1.5 metre chicken pushes out a BIG egg!)

Movement and Migration:
The Talking Chickens are know as great travellers but their homes will stay in the same place once they leave the family home. The female chicken will leave the parents home when she reaches maturity. The male will often stay, sponging off his parents as much as possible until he finds a mate.

Notes:
The Talking Chickens are very talkative creatures and happy to just spend hours talking. They are happy to talk to anyone or anything about anyone or just about anything (except the weather, which they think humans talk about too much).

The Talking Chickens usually live in deep caves. This stops the uncontrollable morning crowing. The caves are furnished and have underground heating so they live in a good degree of comfort.
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