Fake
Chickens

Chickens used for retail display, art, and as toys Fake chickens are not always associated with farms.
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Spiny Cactus
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Artificial Chicken
Store window on Cedar near Shattuck
Cedar Street, Berkeley, California
(Photo posted Tuesday 26 August 2008)
(Photo taken 14:45:30 Sunday 10 August 2008)
© 2008 Bryan Costales
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A young chick hung out next to spiny cactus. This scene was found in the window of a Restaurant.


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Rooster Painting
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Artificial Chicken
Sacramento, California
(Photo posted Tuesday 26 August 2008)
(Photo taken 14:23:06 Sunday 20 January 2008)
© 2008 Terry Costales
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A rooster painted on the wall inside a Mexcan restaurant appeared almost perpetually almost ready to crow. Interesting that roosters crow, and crows caw, but there is no bird called a caw.


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Two Toys
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Artificial Chicken
Houston Airport internal link
(Photo posted Sunday 30 January 2011)
(Photo taken 13:43:38 Friday 3 April 2009)
© 2008 Bryan Costales
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The novelties available in airports are aimed at a captive and largely bored audience. This "Wacky Chicken" toy was for sale in one of the airport shops.


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