Freakishly large chicken takes Internet by storm

Freakishly large chicken takes Internet by storm

Freakishly large chicken takes Internet by storm

People doubted the veracity of the video what with all the fake news proliferating in the internet.

The video was not shared with any information about where or when it was filmed, leaving many viewers skeptical that the animal featured in the video was real.

The world's largest chicken breed is the Jersey Giant.

Daily Disruption traced where the video originated.

Naturally, Twitter users had a few things to say about it.

Brahma chickens, dubbed the "King of all poultry" by the Livestock Conservancy, were bred in the United States from massive chickens imported from China. They've been known to reach incredible weights of 13 to 14 pounds for hens and 17 to 19 pounds for cocks. They were produced in the US from hens imported from China in the 1840s.

While their name is Indian in origin, Brahma chickens are most likely descended from the Chinese Shanghai which also have feathered feet, according to poultrykeeper.com. Considered a superior winter-layer, they produce the bulk of their eggs from October to May.

Sejfijaj followed his first hit with another Brahma video on Facebook showing a different but equally hulking bird pecking around for a snack.

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