In the event that the destiny of humankind, in the end, comes down to a between species fight for survival-man versus chicken-people won't have numbers on our side.
The human population of the world is around 6 billion though the quantity of chickens butchered every year alone is around 8 billion. In 2002, there were 15.9 billion chickens on the Earth.
Things being what they are, what number of chickens is there on the planet? According to United Nations' Food and Agriculture Organization, the normal number of chickens worldwide is around 19 billion, i.e. 3 chickens for every human.
China, the most populated nation on the planet additionally happens to be the nation with themost astounding number of chickens; there were around 4 billion chickens in China in 2002. The "chicken hole" is developing.
While people keep the total population extending at a respectable rate of around 1.159 percent, the chickens are irately generating, keeping their own numbers developing at a foul rate of around 3 percent - or more than over two times the development rate of the human populace.
OTHER FASCINATING REALITIES ABOUT CHICKENS:
- A chicken can keep running at a speed of as high as 14.5 km for each hour.
- A study has proposed that chickens can defeat human little children in rationale and numeric capacity. Inside a couple of hours of incubating, they can monitor distinctive items, people, and numbers up to 5; human children take around 1 year to build up these capacities.