Chicken-hearted means timid, cowardly.
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The Ancona is a breed of Italian chicken, with an elongated appearance and black and white feathers and bright yellow legs. The Ancona chicken was intruduced to Britain during the 19th century and from there exported around the world. The Ancona has a fairly large, single comb and lays white-shelled eggs. They are active birds and excellent fliers.
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The Andalusian is a breed of chicken.
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The Araucana is an old Chilean breed of hardy chicken domesticated by the Arauca Indians of Chile. The Araucana is bred both with and without a tail and with ear tufts but is most remarkable for laying eggs of varying colours, which has given rise to it being nicknamed the Easter Egg Layer.
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The Ardenner is the oldest Belgian breed of chicken. The Ardenner is a hardy breed, slender and elegant in shape and very active needing plenty of space to run about, originally bred for its egg laying abilities - 170 eggs laid in one year being recorded.
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The Argus Pheasant (Argusianus argus) is a bird of the family Phasianidae found in the jungles of the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, and Borneo. The Argus pheasant is named after the 100-eyed Greek mythological creature Argus, because of the many eye-like iridescent spots on the inner wing feathers of the male. Although the bird is not much larger than a large chicken when divested of its plumage, the total length, including the tail feathers, is more than 1.5 m. The tail consists of twelve feathers, of which the two middle ones are very long. The plumage of both sexes is simple and dull in colour except for the male's beautiful inner wing feathers. In both sexes the bill is nearly as long as the rest of the head, and the sides of the head and neck have almost no feathers. The Argus Pheasant lives in jungles of the Malay Peninsula, Sumatra, and Borneo.
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The Assendelfter or Assendelft Fowl is a Dutch breed of chicken originating from northern Holland. The Assendelfter is a slender bird bred for egg laying, producing smallish eggs are rarely going broody.
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The Australorp is an Australian breed of chicken bred for both eating and egg laying. The Australorp is a medium-heavy, attractive breed, serene and friendly, tolerant of each other and not keen on flying.
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The Bankiva Fowl (Gallus bankiva), is a fowl living wild in Northern India, Java, Sumatra, etc, and believed by some to be the original of the common domestic fowls (chicken).
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The Barnevelder is a Dutch breed of heavy chicken bred for egg laying, and producing dark brown eggs. The Barnevelder is easily tamed but susceptible to Marek's disease.
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