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Which came first? Chicken or Egg? watch

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    I know you need a Chicken to get an Egg but a Chicken comes from an Egg.

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    (Original post by samzy21)
    I know you need a Chicken to get an Egg but a Chicken comes from an Egg.

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    Random genetic mutations from certain animals after geographical isolation occurred, thus eventually evolving into chickens which lay eggs as we know them today.
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    God created chickens. Eggs plopped from chickens.
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    i love how this is in the food and drink section omg
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    The chicken came first, although it came out of an egg of another bird. Lel, but in this question the chicken came first not the chicken's egg
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    (Original post by samzy21)
    I know you need a Chicken to get an Egg but a Chicken comes from an Egg.

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    Gosh I have never thought of it like that before. Yeah. Wow..how does it happen?
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    (Original post by samzy21)
    I know you need a Chicken to get an Egg but a Chicken comes from an Egg.

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    Egg came first as the chicken would have come from the egg of an animal that was one evolutionary step from being a chicken.
 
 
 
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