Chicken   Genus: Gallus

Sometimes animals' ansectors can look like the evolved animals themselves. For example, chickens' ancestors are red-junglefowls. Humans keep chickens for pets, eggs and meat. Chickens are omnivores. In the wild they often scratch at the soil to search for food. Chicken eggs vary in colour depending on the hen, typically ranging from bright white to shades of brown and even blue, green and recently reported purple (found in South Asia) (Araucana varieties)

Territory: Originally Asia, now used as livestock

Diet: Omnivorus

Status: Domesticated