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  • Sent in by: Hans L. Schippers, The Netherlands (Photo: Bearded and Crested Polish Fowl in the white laced buff or chamois variety as still exist in Holland)

    Sent in by: Hans L. Schippers, The Netherlands (Photo: Bearded and Crested Polish Fowl in the white laced buff or chamois variety as still exist in Holland)

  • Sent in by: Natalie Smyth, South Africa

    Sent in by: Natalie Smyth, South Africa

  • Sent in by: Jeannie Farsht, USA

    Sent in by: Jeannie Farsht, USA

  • Sent in by: Julie Darraugh, Ireland

    Sent in by: Julie Darraugh, Ireland

  • Sent in by: Hans L Schippers ( A wood carved rooster from the Loyl Stromberg Memorabilia Collection, MN, USA. Mrs Loyl Stromberg, 93 year young and the founder of the USA National Poultry Museum, Bonner Springs near Kansas City has over 2000 poultry figurines.)

    Sent in by: Hans L Schippers ( A wood carved rooster from the Loyl Stromberg Memorabilia Collection, MN, USA. Mrs Loyl Stromberg, 93 year young and the founder of the USA National Poultry Museum, Bonner Springs near Kansas City has over 2000 poultry figurines.)

  • Sent in by: Nadia Fuentes Neira (photos - a turkey of Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria's farm Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos Lima-Peru)

    Sent in by: Nadia Fuentes Neira (photos - a turkey of Facultad de Medicina Veterinaria's farm Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos Lima-Peru)

  • Sent in by: Hamid Reza Ziyaee (photos - native day old chicks bred in Iran)

    Sent in by: Hamid Reza Ziyaee (photos - native day old chicks bred in Iran)

  • Sent in by: Hamid Reza Ziyaee (photos - native day old chicks bred in Iran)

    Sent in by: Hamid Reza Ziyaee (photos - native day old chicks bred in Iran)

  • Sent in by: Hamid Reza Ziyaee (photos - native day old chicks bred in Iran)

    Sent in by: Hamid Reza Ziyaee (photos - native day old chicks bred in Iran)

  • Sent in by: Hamid Reza Ziyaee (photos - native day old chicks bred in Iran)

    Sent in by: Hamid Reza Ziyaee (photos - native day old chicks bred in Iran)

  • Sent in by: Darren Danke

    Sent in by: Darren Danke

  • Sent in by: Bianca Hermsen - (photo of the geese who are the protectors of the city of Barcelona)

    Sent in by: Bianca Hermsen - (photo of the geese who are the protectors of the city of Barcelona)

  • Sent in by: Anonymous - (Quail Bearded Belgian d' Anver's)

    Sent in by: Anonymous - (Quail Bearded Belgian d' Anver's)

  • Sent in by: Jeannie Farsht - photo of Satin

    Sent in by: Jeannie Farsht - photo of Satin

  • Sent in by: Erik Willems - The Netherlands

    Sent in by: Erik Willems - The Netherlands

  • Sent in by: Alice Simms - Ramblas, Barcelona (Polish, bearded [ buff-laced])

    Sent in by: Alice Simms - Ramblas, Barcelona (Polish, bearded [ buff-laced])

  • Sent in by: James Walsh, IRELAND - Cuban chicken coop

    Sent in by: James Walsh, IRELAND - Cuban chicken coop

  • Sent in by: Dr Tanveer Ahmad, Pakistan - Indigenous "DESI" male cockerel of Pakistan

    Sent in by: Dr Tanveer Ahmad, Pakistan - Indigenous "DESI" male cockerel of Pakistan

  • Sent in by: Annemieke, Cuban chicken market

    Sent in by: Annemieke, Cuban chicken market

  • Sent in by: Jeannie Farsht

    Sent in by: Jeannie Farsht

  • Sent in by: Stefan Bauer, GERMANY

    Sent in by: Stefan Bauer, GERMANY

  • Sent in by: Rodger Palinton, USA

    Sent in by: Rodger Palinton, USA

  • Sent in by: Rachel Berklar, South Africa

    Sent in by: Rachel Berklar, South Africa

  • Sent in by: Jake Richards, Australia

    Sent in by: Jake Richards, Australia

  • Sent in by: Natasha Phillips, Portugal

    Sent in by: Natasha Phillips, Portugal

  • Sent in by: Philippe Zeelenberg, The Netherlands

    Sent in by: Philippe Zeelenberg, The Netherlands

  • 10-day-old embryo: Hans L Schippers, Amstelveen, Holland

    10-day-old embryo: Hans L Schippers, Amstelveen, Holland

  • Pelican: Goolwa, Australia (Emmy)

    Pelican: Goolwa, Australia (Emmy)

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