I know she's not a chicken, but still a galliforme so hope it's okay to share my Japanese quail, Eleanor!
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The Australian Bushturkey is a distant cousin of the NA turkey of holiday dinner fame! (Both in order Galliformes, but different families: Megapodiidæ versus Phasianidæ)
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The Galliforme Kind: According to Dr. Lightner
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Galliforme are a diverse group of birds which includes pheasants, peafowl, chickens, and quail! Many of them have spurs on their feet which males use in combat!
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TIL Chickens and other galliformes can undergo sex reversal www2.ca.uky.edu/smallfloc…
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I once had idea for a SF story about humans introducing peacocks to a planet with no (native) warm-blooded life.Over aeons The peacocks diversify into different species, eventually filling most environmental niches. Do you think galliforms are capably of evolving to fill most environmental niches?
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This cute little galliform woke me up this morning in Las Vegas, NV. Is he a Gambel's quail?
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Confuscia Bird
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Well I figure this has to be the best place to ask. reddit.com/gallery/hy900f
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Chicken Little (the Disney movie) has a joke about chickens being the closest modern relative of Tyrannosaurus rex. I know that's not really the case, but how far back would you really have to go to find a common ancestor of both a T-rex and galliform birds?
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Wikipedia page about birds (also see: government drones) part 1

Bird

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopediaJump to navigationJump to searchFor other uses, see Bird (disambiguation) and Birds (disambiguation)."Aves" and "Avifauna" redirect here. For other uses, see Aves (disambiguation) and Avifauna (disambiguation)*.*Birds
Temporal range:
Early Cretaceous (Aptian) – Present,[1] 121–0 Mya PreЄЄ[O](https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ordovicia

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Love is hard, articulating galliforms is harder
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Which North American birds would make for good ratite-like candidates?

North America is one of the few continents to not have large flightless birds. Which bird species could fill such a niche though? I’d imagine galliformes like turkeys, pheasants, and grouse could do that as they’re not the greatest at flying and forage a lot on the ground. What about cranes though like the sand hill or whooping cranes additionally?

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Somebody knows what is this bird?
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Stuff (click)
  1. Eoraptor, Saurischa and Velociraptor: Eoraptor was a Saurischian dinosaur that lived in Triassic. Saurischa in game lived in Jurassic. Triassic dinosaur cannot evolve from a Jurassic dinosaur. To make things even more confusing, Eoraptor is evolving from a Cretaceous dinosaur.
  2. Gallimimus and Archeopteryx: Archeopteryx is Jurassic and Gallimimus Cretaceous. These two don't fit.
  3. The bird evolution: This is mostly true but some things don't fit. There are two clades of birds: Palaeognathae and Neognathae. In the game only Palaeognathae is there while Neognathae isn't there. Just families, classes, whatever they are: Galliformes, Anseriformes and Neoaves. I know it's very hard to make an evolution game 100% accurate. So keep up the good work! 😄
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Bug Report

I report these two bugs

I have reached level 26 in my cell phone in the Mesozoic valley where Tyrannosaurus Rex is obtained and formerly Primitive Green Cubic was obtained in Reality Enigne I have also already unlocked the birds (Galliformes) But the Glass Bird and the Mesozoic Glass still do not appear to me in Terminus Chamber and I also haven't got the bird achievement. Could someone help me on that?

Another problem has also happened to me. On my cell phone I entered reality to buy some improvements and then I started the simulation. Then I went to pass the progress to steam and I only take care of the fair game only with my progress in entropy and ideas but without the singularity functions.

Could someone help me on this?

Thank you

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Let’s get back to that Chicken Picnic
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Giants, 55 MYH
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Anybody identify this? Found in UK
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What's next after bird?

So i just finished level 23 of the dinosaurs and unlocked some bird and galliformes. And above bird there are some white spots which tell me there are more stuff up there. So the question is how do i unlock those? Do i have to keep going with the dinosaurs?

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Minecraft: Update Aviatic (Because Birds)

tl;dr: birds, all kinds of them! bad English inc

the prelude part 1: we'd need a lot of new, cool looking items/blocks; hollows in tree trunks(generated during world gen or by some birds), bird nests on tops of trees, between leaves (a replacement for irl branches), on ground in tall grass etc. Birds actually laying eggs, chicks actually having to hatch from them; this could include chickens (they're birds after all). Birds feeding on plants/insects/meat.

the prelude part 2: Mojang wants to teach young people about the world, so why not add a special book (think tropicraft), which details some basic info about all the birds you catch/touch/see etc. the info would include: irl species distribution, what they eat, basic behaviour (do they migrate? how do they nest? how do they feed their babies? etc), how endangered they are, we can even go as far as the sounds they make or a pic of the bird.

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Lest we forget about our humble galliform friends
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TIL that geese are one of the oldest groups of birds, having changed very little from the age of the dinosaurs. Relying on water for food and burrows for nesting is thought to have played a big part in surviving the K-T extinction. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ans…
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Any ideas? Found in NE Ohio imgur.com/wswsonJ
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Bones I Found in the Field - Looks a bit large to be a cat?

Hi all!

I am curious about what these bones belonged to?

The "skull" piece is some 10-15cm (4-6 inches) long.

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Inverse names

Getting tired of watching the Sharks lose so I'm occupying myself with this. Inspired by the inverse names from the r/MLB (edit: r/baseball) thread.

  1. Boston Honeys
  2. Buffalo Pens
  3. Montreal Aussies
  4. Tampa Bay Resistors
  5. Florida Dogs
  6. Toronto Agave Plants
  7. Ottawa Commoners (edit: spelling)
  8. Detroit Green Fins
  9. Washington Suburbs
  10. New York Mainlanders
  11. Pittsburgh Polar Bears
  12. Carolina Warm Fronts (edit: cold to warm)
  13. Philadelphia Grounders
  14. New York Agoraphobes
  15. Columbus Yellow Pants
  16. New Jersey Angels
  17. Saint Louis yellows
  18. Colorado Stable Ground
  19. Winnipeg Sail Boats
  20. Dallas Black Holes
  21. Minnesota Tame
  22. Nashville Photosynthesizers
  23. Chicago White Doves
  24. Arizona Housecats
  25. Edmonton Vinegar Distillers
  26. Anaheim Galliformes
  27. Calgary Waves
  28. Nevada Pyrite Peasants
  29. Vancouver Seals
  30. La Queens
  31. San Jose Stanley cup winners

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I discovered some random bones while gardening. Any ideas?
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Found in Northeast Ohio, some kind of skull?
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Snowy four day hunting hike through untouched Tsarmitunturi Wilderness area offered some best scenery I've ever seen! v.redd.it/l5wa1aneaqw31
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Can anyone identify what animal this skull is from? Thank you!
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Went to visit my Dad for a couple of days and he gave me a “goodie bag” to take home with me.
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AITA for stuffing my own turkey?

I(+-10M-BI-FLUID)'ll make (māk) this (T͟His) short (SHôrt). So (sō) anyway (ˈenēˌwā) I (+-10M-BI-FLUID) began (biˈɡan) stuffing (ˈstəfiNG) my (+-10M-BI-FLUID) turkey (The turkey is a large bird in the genus Meleagris, which is native to the Americas. The genus has two extant species: the wild turkey of North America and the ocellated turkey. Males of both turkey species have a distinctive fleshy wattle or protuberance that hangs from the top of the beak (called a snood). They are among the largest birds in their ranges. As in many galliformes, the male is larger and much more colorful than the female. The earliest turkeys evolved in North America over 20 million years ago, and they share a recent common ancestor with grouse, pheasants, and other fowl. Turkeys are classed in the family of Phasianidae (pheasants, partridges, francolins, junglefowl, grouse, and relatives thereof) in the taxonomic order of Galliformes.[1] The genus Meleagris is the only extant genus in the subfamily Meleag

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What are the most distant creatures that have successfully bred with each other (whether naturally or via humans)?
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Pheasant Tier List?

Since it’s Turkey Day in my home server, I was curious about what the meta is like for the various pheasant or pheasant-like builds out there. I’ve dabbled both in the Wild Turkey and Capercaillie builds before and I’ve been meaning to try out a few more. What’s the current consensus on most of the galliforme builds?

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The golden pheasant (Chrysolophus pictus) is from China but has been introduced across the world. Despite its bright plumage, it is difficult to see in dense conifer forests where it originates.
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Incondicionales

Che, qué mascotas tienen? Cómo son?

-Yo tengo tres ropes, un ladrador, un callejero alemán y una mini-galgo.

La mini galgo, vieja, loquísima y suicida, como para pelearse con perros más grandes que ella.

-El Callejero alemán, de muy buen carácter, pero ya afectado por el reuma. Igual tiene salada dignidad, y como puede sale a hacer frente a los delíveries. Eso sí, si son más de 5 ladridos los que tiene que mandar, se acuesta y ladra desde ésa posición..

-El ladrador, lleno de energía y súper angurriento. Al punto que te ve con comida y le empieza a salir el "red rocket" de la entrepierna. Su deporte favorito es tomar carrera desde un extremo del patio y chocar contra el perro de al lado (una cruza de rottwheiler con pitbull) ,separados por una malla de electrosoldado que hay que reparar n veces.

-Tres gallinas (con una de ellas salimos campeones con mi hija en el lanzamiento con planeo de galliformes - 22m)

-Un gato. Gordo, meón y adicto.

-Una zarigüeya que vie

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Your Personal 1-10 "Power Rankings" for Birds?

Based on any combination of the birds' appearance, behavior, physical abilities, physiological anomalies, or any personal sentiment involved with particular sightings...

For me:

  1. Dipper

  2. Kingfisher (esp. Oriental Dwarf)

  3. Harris's Hawk

  4. Harpy Eagle

  5. Yellow-rumped Cacique

  6. Osprey

  7. Swainson's Thrush

  8. Snail Kite

  9. Golden Eagle

  10. European Starling / Sandpiper sp., / Scale-crested Pygmy Tyrant / Peregrine Falcon... undecided

EDIT: if we get a large enough sample size i'll do some "analytics". inspired by BCChickadee responses.

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Pilgrim's Bounty has started ! Here's a bunch of resources to make the most out of it

Step 0 : Preparation

I highly recommend getting the [Chef's Hat] to reduce cooking time from 2 seconds to 0.5 seconds. Except it's gated behind daily quests and Northrend Cooking skill 25, so by the time you'll get it, the event would be finished long ago. It's up to you.

To level up Northrend Cooking to skill 25, simply make around 30-35 of the recipes you learn at skill 1. Or more if you're unlucky.

Step 1 : Leveling your Classic Cooking

Obviously.

You'll need to go from 0 to 280 to learn everything (or 220 if you don't care about the damn turkeys, which is completely understandable).

Each Pilgrim's Bounty recipe is supposed to last 60 points, but it's yellow after 50 points so you'll need a bit more. Except Turkey, they last for 20 levels.

Everything can be bought from Pilgrim's Bounty vendors.

Shopping list :

  • Honey x180
  • Autumnal Herbs x160
  • Simple Flour x70
  • Mild Spices x70
  • Pumpkin x70 (Stormwind [A] / Undercit
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The domestic chicken is considered the world's most common bird thanks to us humans, so if we became extinct what kind of forms or niches would these poultry occupy?

So basically what the title suggests, could the domestic chicken survive being in the wilderness? I mean the chicken, like most other ground nesting birds, are omnivorous by nature as it pecks for insects and seeds on the floor, has plenty of wild relatives that share a similar biology and not to mention it’s wild ancestor the red jungle fowl is found in jungles alongside tigers, wild dogs, hyenas and crocodiles which may like to make a snack of it.

Since the chicken is the most common bird in the world thanks to us humans, from every continent and island we managed to bring agriculture in, from the temperate climate of England, the Australian outback and even the Amazon (alongside the local tribes).

Another fact about its wild relative, the jungle fowl shares the same resources as other game birds of the Indian jungle, the peacock and many other species of pheasant, so it wouldn’t be a wild idea if chickens evolved and coexisted with local galliformes with less competition.

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TIL that in the U.S., if you find a bald eagle feather on the ground, you need a permit to pick it up. en.m.wikipedia.org/wiki/B…
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If Zealandia had never sank

I recently learned from a TIL about Zealandia, a landmass that was connected to Australia and Antarctica during the Mesozoic, before breaking off and sinking into the ocean in the Cenozoic. But what if it had never sank, and was still an island next to Australia and New Zealand?

Here are the animals I feel would inhabit this AU Zealandia, based on what inhabited Oceania and South America in the past and present.

  • Rodents
  • Bats (including some with good terrestrial ability, like vampire and New Zealand short-tailed bats)
  • Marsupials (along with some non-marsupial metatherians)
  • Strange non-therian mammals
  • Monotremes
  • Parrots
  • Kingfishers
  • Owls
  • Eagles and hawks
  • A member of the sunbittern/kagu clade
  • Penguins
  • Rails
  • Fowl (both Galliforms and Anseriforms)
  • Ratites of the tinamou/moa clade
  • Crocodiles (as well as some sort of terrestrial crocodylomorph; maybe a mekosuchine?)
  • Side-necked turtles
  • Meiolaniid turtles
  • Elapid
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Best photo I could get. Some kind of quail? Always comes in a pair.
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