the sun comes up when a rooster crows because whenever a rooster see's a peek of light the rooster crows
It means that the sound of the crowing of the rooster (cockerel) in the mornings woke the soldiers up. The rooster acted like an alarm clock. 'Alarm clock' is therefore a metaphor for 'rooster'. Had the sentence read 'The far-off rooster was like an alarm clock for the sleeping soldiers' it would have been a simile.
Going about 10 mph for about one min.
No. Roosters crow when they see light, it's instinctive.
As far as I know, 30 -40 years..
you look at his spurs to see how old he is
even when the rooster is a chick it will have little bumps on the leg where the spurs will grow, my rooster is about 1 year old and you can see his spurs already, the older the rooster the longer the spurs will be.
If they see any rooster, then they probably will eat them.
Rooster have lungs. they breathe through the beak and nostrils. On very hot days you can see the chickens "panting" with beaks slightly open.
No. Chickens will lay perfectly good eggs without a rooster. In fact, many people prefer not to keep a rooster, because they don't want to find a fertilized egg that was a little too far along.
i don't know if it's correct but i did see my rooster eat a small/mid sized rat that went into his cage so maybe they do
The possessive form for the noun rooster is rooster's.