Thursday, March 13, 2008

Coco Chanel the bantam hen

Coco lays eggs. Coco is brave. Coco is pretty.



Cheetahlicious said...

hey Mr W, your hen is really cute, what does it take to look after a hen?
and how do you mummyfy a chicken.
sorry about the spelling.

Snow Girl said...

That is sooooo cute!!!
I love your hen and your cat is really cute to !!!

sweet angel said...

ohh they are just so cute and fuzzy!!!

Neina-Marie said...

Aw, cutey poochy oooo! doodleoodle ooo! Cute! Oh! I LURVE them to bittybits. You have a cute cat.
Did you know cats sleep for at least 16 hours a day?

kitty milo said...

your chicken is cuit! it has really pretty and big brown eyes! and your dog manny and your cat get on with it to! :-)

Snow Girl said...
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Marz Barz said...

Coco is pretty!!

primprim said...

cool hen :) did you just get her?

sherbet said...

Manny, coco, and lynel are all so cute!! I'm surprised lynel and coco get on.

Marshall said...

Coco is Coco-ey! um, Mr Woody, is Coco a free range chicken? you could get more hay for Coco to keep it warm!

IM A ROOM5IAN said...

:) very cool! i love the first photo, great photography!

Kitty Kat said...


wizza rox said...

oh hi um i forgot my password so i had to make a new blog by the way cute chicken

rosiegal said...

I just luv your chicken!!!! Yor kitty and Mannie are adorable!!! I was wondering, who knows why they are called Bantam Chikens? Who knows what Bantam means?

mudpies02 said...

Bantam (chicken), a small (or miniaturized) domestic fowl, often with an aggressive, "puffed-up" disposition that can be comedic in light of its diminutive stature. Called a "Banty" for short in the rural United States.

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mojo said...

Aww cute Coco.


The chicken is part of the Animalis kingdom, Chordata phylum, Aves class, Galliformes order, Phasianidae family, the Gallus genus and the Chicken's species is Gallus Domesticus. the chickenis a type of fowl:

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Aves
Subclass: Neornithes
Infraclass: Neognathae

There are more than 24 billion, more than any bird on Earth.


IM A ROOM5IAN said...

what kind of dog is Manny?

rosiegal said...

Very clever Cap'n Jack. We studied that sort of stuff in science on thursday!!! I really like Cocos Big, black eyes and soft, grey feathers!! lionel is sooo cute in the backround!!!

wizza rox said...


mr woody said...

Manny is a staffy cross.

well done capnjack

does anyone know if it is possible for a hen to turn into a rooster?

please provide evidence...


Thank you MR.WOODY
I'll try and find out that after school, very good question.
and Manny's info:
Scientific classification
Domain: Eukaryota

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Canidae
Genus: Canis
Species: C. lupus
Subspecies: C. l. familiaris


I fought I'd add info about 'MAN'S BEST FRIEND' because there isn't just a Chicken in the Photo. Actually might as well put in stuff about humans:

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Primates
Family: Hominidae
Genus: Homo
Species: H. sapiens
Subspecies: H. s. sapiens

Trinomial name
Homo sapiens sapiens

And many people like cats or the feline breed:

Kingdom: Animalia
Phylum: Chordata
Class: Mammalia
Order: Carnivora
Family: Felidae
Genus: Felis
Species: F. silvestris
Subspecies: F. s. catus

Trinomial name
Felis silvestris catus

Well I think thats enough in our ROOM5IAN BLOG

And COCO and MANNY are both very STUNING!!!

Over and out!



Theres a spelling mistake WOOOPS!


Roo said...

Yes hens can change into roosters!

This is where I got the info from:

Marshall said...

i haven't got much info, but found an article!

mech boy said...

Hmm.... interesting, I looked on a site and it has two sides to the "can hen turn into rooster thing."
The first one is:
the chicken can and does change it's sex.the known occurences happen 1 in a thousand (not very often).They have been watching an egg laying hen cgange into a crowing, breeding rooster! There are lots of reason for this, most having to do with keeping the species alive. Apparently the hen will only change when there isn't a rooster around.
The second part is:
Some animals do change gender, but chickens don't. All very large groupers (type of fish) are male until they reach a certain weight then become female. It's called sequential hermaphroditism. When amales turn into females it's called protandry, and when females turn into males it's called protogyny. Only fish and some invertibrates use sequential hermaphroditism.
So as you can see it's hard to tell

mech boy said...

The site i got it off may not be reliable I'm not sure.
I got it off


You got there before me ROO!
Good job anyway!


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Anonymous said...

Hens are awesome pets if you raise them from a young age. All you need is a secure cage and preferably a backyard protected by a gaurd dawg or very good vencing. Bob cats and coyotes love chickens.

I love my chickens to death :-D