Red Jungle Fowl are the ancestors of all our domestic chickens. They were first domesticated around 3200bc in South East Asia, where they are native. They have adapted to thrive near humans, despite many centuries of being hunted and still survive in good numbers. Out of all Jungle Fowl they are the easiest to maintain and breed in captivity, nesting on the ground and laying around 10-12 eggs.
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