Chickens Wear Prosthetic Dinosaur Tails, For Science

The humble chicken is distantly related to the T. rex. This raises an important scientific question: How could we make chickens walk like they’re little dinosaurs? A new study provides the equally important answer….MORE

I posted this because I can’t believe the taxpayers in Chile paid to have their scientists do this. I mean really…..how would you feel if you had a plunger stuck on your ass since birth just to see if that would make you walk like a Neanderthal??? The vid might be somewhat entertaining, but it’s sick; it’s wrong, and it shouldn’t be happening. jmho:(
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3 Responses to Chickens Wear Prosthetic Dinosaur Tails, For Science

  1. sarasinart says:

    I guess we need to do that chickens, don’t we………

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  2. I posted this because I can’t believe the taxpayers in Chile paid to have their scientists do this. I mean really…..how would you feel if you had a plunger stuck on your ass since birth just to see if that would make you walk like a Neanderthal??? The vid might be somewhat entertaining, but it’s sick; it’s wrong, and it shouldn’t be happening. jmho:(

    Like

  3. sarasinart says:

    The chicken doesn’t look like he/she’s in very good shape either.

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