Colored Baby Chicks At Easter – This Is A Shocking Story Behind It


Decorating an Easter eggs is a longtime tradition in the world.

However, in addition to painting eggs, there is a trend of painting chicks! This process itself involves injecting color into the eggs during incubation or applying color directly onto chicks.

Otherwise, the color lasts for several weeks, until it’s replaced by the normal color of the feathers.

Although, farmers argue that coloring the chicks does not harm them, animal rights activists emphasize the stress that chicks survive!

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Flickr / Omar Chatriwala
Flickr / Matthew Harrigan

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