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How long can chickens fly?

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2012-03-26 00:23:30
2012-03-26 00:23:30

According to several chicken trivia sites including Guinness World Book the longest verified flight of a domestic chicken is 13 seconds and 301.5 feet distance. I have several Araucana hens that would disagree with this record and a white German Shepard puppy that will gladly verify much longer time in air and distances involved.

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