A bird's eye view: the chicken visual system

Published on: 01/25/2021
Author/s : Anna Magnaterra, MS student, University of Maryland; Dr. Shawna Weimer, University of Maryland. Reviewers: Dr. Prafulla Regmi, University of Georgia; Dr. Leonie Jacobs, Virginia Tech; Dr. Marisa Erasmus, Purdue University.

Avian species rely heavily on vision to provide them with necessary information about their surroundings. Chickens rely on their sense of vision to recognize: Other chickens. Predators. Another chicken's intentions (which allows birds to avoid unwanted aggression). Location of resources, such as food and water. Although there is evidence that domestication has weakened a chicken's sense...

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January 25, 2021

Thank you all honorable authors for your very informative article regarding the chicken visual system.

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March 29, 2021
very very interesting.
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April 4, 2021
Thank you
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