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What came first the chicken or the egg Answered

If you ask me the egg came first because you can't get the chicken without the egg

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elivide
elivide

12 days ago

The egg came first for me too, imagine that before a chicken was a chicken, it came from a different entire specie and only by producing an egg or a baby, their genes can be pass on to next generation of their specie and time after time evolved to what we call a chicken nowadays.

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artdesigner
artdesigner

Best Answer 19 days ago

The chicken came first. An egg can't survive without a chicken, but a chicken can survive without an egg.

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AussieAlf
AussieAlf

Reply 14 days ago

Well that's not strictly true. Some eggs can survive without the chicken. Think of birds that lay eggs in other birds nests like the cuckoo. Then you also have birds that lay their eggs in decaying compost to keep them warm until they hatch. So i say we are back to square one.

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artdesigner
artdesigner

Reply 14 days ago

Well, the egg wouldn't be there without a chicken to produce it.

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AussieAlf
AussieAlf

Reply 14 days ago

Your argument was that an egg couldn't survive without a chicken. I gave two examples where it can, regardless of who laid it.

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artdesigner
artdesigner

Reply 14 days ago

True! It just was put into the wrong words!

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AussieAlf
AussieAlf

Reply 14 days ago

I guess we will never know...:-)

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artdesigner
artdesigner

Reply 14 days ago

😊

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SeedEatingBird
SeedEatingBird

14 days ago

artdesigner has done the best so far

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artdesigner
artdesigner

Reply 14 days ago

Thanks!

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RadarR
RadarR

17 days ago

Seeing that all birds evalved from dinosores and dinosorse all hatched the only correct anser has to be the egg came first.

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daelen
daelen

21 days ago

that's a question that will never have an answer

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jeffparker1
jeffparker1

5 weeks ago

Geniuses of Reddit, what came first; the chicken or the egg? The first chicken, genetically, as we understand it, was born of something that was almost but not quite a chicken. The first chicken, therefore, was born from an egg laid by an almost but not quite chicken.

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JudyTheViking
JudyTheViking

Reply 24 days ago

Many eggs produce many different things with wings. Or no wings. Egg is so much more primal that it’s not really a question.

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SeedEatingBird
SeedEatingBird

Reply 5 weeks ago

I actually think I have learnt something there you know thanks jeffparker1

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JudyTheViking
JudyTheViking

24 days ago

The egg has many different children, the chicken only has one. My conclusion - the egg is first.

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Isolated Thinker
Isolated Thinker

25 days ago

This is indeed a most pressing issue.
Have you consulted any chickens on the subject yet?

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SeedEatingBird
SeedEatingBird

5 weeks ago

HM so one is funny one is something you can learn from and another is saying the chicken came first.

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gorge441
gorge441

5 weeks ago

I think the first chicken than from chicken eggs came.

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Downunder35m
Downunder35m

5 weeks ago

I would rather ask:
What came first? The egg or the platypus?

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Mikimouse123
Mikimouse123

5 weeks ago

in the beginning was chaos then...... :)