Saturday, September 23, 2006

Pa. farm discovers a 4-legged chicken

Brendle's 13-year-old daughter, Ashley, named the chicken Henrietta after the discovery Thursday. The bird has two normal front legs and, behind those, two more feet. They are of a similar size to her front legs but don't function. The chicken drags her extra feet behind her.

In 30 years of farming, Brendle said, he's never before seen a chicken with four legs.

(Via The Anomalist.)

Black-ops genetic engineers will stop at nothing to create a race of neurologically accelerated uber-chickens! We must foil their noxious ambitions! Fight! While there's still time!


razorsmile said...

*cue O Fortuna*

"In a world where dinosaurs are making a comeback and mad mutant chickens are on the loose, one man stands tall and fights for glory - - for freedom -- for chicken dinners.

That man is Mac Tonnies."

Mac said...

As a vegetarian, I can't say I stand for chicken dinners -- but hey, I love the sentiment!