Eggs and chickens, which comes first


Which came first, the egg and the chicken, has become a complex issue for many people around the world.

Since this cycle is a never-ending cycle that never stops, it is a bit confusing to think about whether the egg came first or the chicken came first.

But there is some controversy over the exact answers, but it would be a little easier to pull it down under one heading.

That is scientific thinking, and the answer is clear.

Basically, many years ago, there were birds that looked like chickens before they became chickens.

These birds are genetically similar to chickens, but not identical to modern chickens.

This type of bird is called a proto-chicken and is involved in the process of laying eggs by mating with hens.

The egg is made of Ovocleidin -17 (OC-17), which is secreted from the uterus of proto-chickens, but the process inside the egg changes.

(According to this information, it can be said that the chicken started)

But there is another way to think.

When the two genes of the male and female proto-chickens combine, they mutate in different ways and are born differently from their parents.

This is because DNA replication, a biological process from reproduction, can never be 100% the same, with only minor changes.

But the differences are insignificant, and over millions of years, mutations have turned out to be very different today.

We humans are also evolving into what we now call the Homo Sapiens.

To this day, the human condition continues to evolve, and over the years, it may be quite different from what it is today.

It is not possible to become a hen without the hen that will create the egg, but hen can not be said to have started because hen evolved from a proto-chicken egg.

Therefore, it can be said that eggs were the first source of chickens in modern times.

Otherwise, as mentioned above, the chicken started to grow.

If you want to win, just say what you want.

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