Ref: AI003, 1895
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Taken from an original antique chromolithograph published in Germany circa 1895. Among the varieties of poultry shown include the Langshan, Cochin, Plymouth, Silver Wyandotte, Melchelner, Creve, Minorca, Ramelsloh, Silver Hamburg, Partridge and Dorking. The chicken evolved from the jungle fowl of Asia and spread to Europe via India and the Middle East. Living in flocks it has been estimated that by the turn of the millennium there were 20 billion chickens in the world making them the planets most common bird.
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