Can Chicken reproduce with duck and after....🥰♥️😍

Can Chicken reproduce with duck and after....🥰♥️😍



Can Chicken reproduce with duck 🥰♥️😍

The chicken belongs to the kingdom Animalia, the phylum Chordata, the class Aves, the order Galliformes, the family Phasianidae and the genus Gallus. The common chicken that is widespread around the world belongs to that genus. There is a great deal of debate in the scientific community regarding the scientific name of the domesticated chicken, however. Some consider the chicken to be a domesticated type of wild red jungle fowl, Gallus gallus. Others classify the bird as a subspecies of that same fowl, giving it the scientific name G. gallus domesticus. Still others, including the USDA, consider G. domesticus as the scientific name of the domesticated chicken. Either way, all chickens belong to the same phylum, class, order, family and genus.



Originally, the species as a whole was called the domestic fowl, or simply the fowl. Back then, the classification “chicken” referred to a young domesticated fowl. The term “hens and chickens,” a holdover from this period, is still often used today.

Chickens are also called different names, depending on things like age and gender. Mature males are commonly known as cocks in places like the U.K. and Ireland and as roosters in the United States, Australia, Canada, and New Zealand. Immature males are known as cockerels. Meanwhile, immature females are called pullets while mature females are called hens. Chickens that are used for their meat are called capons.

 

Can Chicken reproduce with duck 🥰♥️😍

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