5 Answers

  1. I may be wrong, of course, but relatively recently I came across an article saying that the Bible has an answer to this question. The chicken appeared first.

  2. I think that this question can only be answered by taking into account the fact that both the chicken and the egg must have had Someone who originally created them, regardless of what is primary!

  3. Interesting question. As mentioned in the comment above, I am also more inclined to believe that the adult appeared first. It's just that if you think about it, a child can't be born without the help of their parents. I think it's the same in nature. I recently read that all animals were created first, and only after they were created did God tell them to be fruitful and multiply. Just as man was created in the beginning, and then God told him to be fruitful and multiply)) It seems logical. After all, adults can take care of the kids)) In addition, if it had been the other way around, then everything would still be the same, but we see that the hen lays eggs. That is, what process was started initially and so it went.

  4. In one wise book, it is said that the first chicken appeared, a bird of its kind: 🐔

    “And God created … every feathered bird (according to its kind). And God saw that it was good. ” (Gen 1: 21)

    God created many different birds on the earth, each according to its kind, including the hen. And God saw that this was good, because now the hen could lay eggs and hatch them, and then chickens could hatch from these eggs, and when the chickens grow up and become chickens

    🐔 🐔 🐔 🐔 and cockerels, 🐓 🐓 🐓 🐓 then they had their own babies. And since then, the genus of this bird, the chicken, has not changed. Now you can answer for yourself. Which came first, the chicken or the egg? 🤷‍♂️


  5. A hundred times already answered that the egg. Dinosaurs still had eggs, long before birds, and in general in those animals that decoupled the initial phase of embryo development from the aquatic environment.

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