All across the internet, a new trend is taking over. Ready? It’s chickens dressed in adorable tutus.
In case you don’t hang out on Instagram, and have been too involved with work (or reality in general) to notice what trends are going down, we have the latest one right here for you.
No, it’s not about what celebrity wore the most scandalous outfit recently, or what socks go best with pointy eyebrows.
It’s Chickens In Tutus.
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Now, if you ask us, all chickens should wear tutus. It’s like they were made for it.
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Colourful tutus, white tutus, fluffy tutus, small tutus- every chicken deserves their own special ballerina skirt.
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Did you know that chickens can remember over 100 different faces of people or animals? And, the longest recorded flight by a chicken lasted for 13 seconds at a total distance of 301 feet.
These chickens might not be able to fly, but they sure look fly. Get it?
Is it just me…or does this chicken look like a majestic rainbow princess? I’m seriously jealous. I’ve never looked this good in a tutu.
I can hear the conversation these two are having. It is one of support and empowerment.
“You look amazing in your new tutu, Becky!” “Aww girl, thank you, you look even better in yours!”
Chickens have prehistoric roots and are the closest living relative of the Tyrannosaurus Rex. These cuties don’t look too harmful, do they?
Chickens have their own unique language with over 30 different sounds used to communicate. All I can hear from this one is Celine Dion…she’s a diva for sure.
If you want to check out more chickens in tutus, go to the Instagram hashtag, #chickentutu for a plethora of cutesy and adorable chickens dressed up.
And if you’d like some interesting and random facts about chickens, we have you covered:
Chickens were domesticated in Southern China around 8,000 years ago in 6000 B.C.
The record number of eggs laid by a chicken in one day is 7. The record number for eggs laid by a chicken in one year is 371.
There’s a rare breed of chicken from Indonesia that is completely black including the feathers, beak, and organs, due to hyperpigmentation. They can be sold for $2,500.
Chickens can see and dream in full color.
Chickens have three eyelids.