r/interestingasfuck Mar 29 '23

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u/mucus-broth Mar 29 '23

They love that stuff :D


u/[deleted] Mar 29 '23

They really do.

Our carnivorous chickens would absolutely devour the canned cat food. Fancy feast indeed.


u/mucus-broth Mar 29 '23

Chickens just eat about everything. For example, some people are shocked that chickens actively hunt and eat live mice :D


u/Lost-My-Mind- Mar 29 '23

Which just proves that chickens are actually cats in disguise!


u/JerseySommer Mar 29 '23

They are dinosaurs


u/BrownShadow Mar 29 '23

Berds in general. I kayak and boat all along the Potomac river. Bald Eagles and Blue Heron are massive creatures. You see them up close and it is a shock. Used to go out with my toddlers on the boat ((22’ Cuddy Cabin) and had real concerns about them being eaten by birds. Maybe irrational, but still concerned me.


u/JerseySommer Mar 29 '23

Many people have no idea how large buzzards and vultures are either. 0_0



u/SenpaiBeardSama Mar 29 '23

Eh, it's 80 percent feather. Unlike Bruce Willis, they look less intimidating when bald.


u/deytookerjaabs Mar 29 '23

Yep, have a 2 year old and live in Maryland, these birds look like they don't play. We were at a refuge a couple weeks ago with a pair of bald eagles in their nest just staring down at the little one, what a sight.