Putting my ornithology expertise to good use

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This is a chicken. Its long-ago ancestors were the dinosaurs we now depict as cheap plastic children’s toys in a futile attempt to downplay their ferociousness. The chicken traded those gnashing teeth for a beak, but it still has its forebears’ claws for ripping and disemboweling.

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Also for dust-bathing.

I guess what I’m trying to say is: Whole Foods, your terminology is incorrect.

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Baby panda bears have paws. Dinosaurs do not.

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Watch me disembowel this hay.

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One thought on “Putting my ornithology expertise to good use

  1. Oh this made laugh, thank you! I was reading this week how some primate scientists (to the annoyance of their peers) refer to chimpanzee ‘paws’ instead of ‘hands’, with even less excuse ta the good people of Wholefoods Market.

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