Guinea Fowls are very territorial, they don't entertain any intruders.
They like watching their reflections in the mirror.
In Kenya, the same wild Guinea fowls are the same being domesticated...I think all species are the same....
There is a bit of difference, maybe because the first ones came here in the fifth century B.C.
You shouldn't. It was an (intended) misinterpretion.
That chicken isn't related to Genua, neither is it a sloth.
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