Scientists Developing Heat-Resistant Chickens To Withstand Climate Change

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Scientists Developing Heat-Resistant Chickens To Withstand Climate Change

Scientists at the University of Delaware are working on breeding chickens with a lack of feathers on their necks, a trait that makes them more heat-resistant, as part of an effort to create animals that can withstand climate change. What do you think?

  • “And here I was worried about climate change this whole time. I feel so stupid.”

    Erin Carmichael
    Campground Coordinator
  • “If this research leads to some kind of monstrous super-chicken that’s comfortable at all temperatures, then God help us all.”

    David Robertson
    Spa Towel Folder
  • “How much to upgrade the chicken I already got?”

    Barry Haas