Survivors

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Assuming these were young ducks, and they survived from being a popular delicacy in the Philippines commonly known as "balut". Well, these were chicks, but theoretically they also survived before they were fried as omelettes. Yes, young ducks are commonly used as "balut."

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  • Jesse Nicole

    Jesse Nicole said (4 Jun 2013):

    Balut is duck, no? And why are these chickens dyed???

  • Sonia Adam Murray

    Sonia Adam Murray gave props (4 Jun 2013):

    Good question. And for how long did they survive?

  • Rey mos

    Rey mos said (10 Jun 2013):

    Hi Jesse, you are right...I just assumed that these were young ducks and lived for another months (maybe)...unless they accidentally killed by their takers. Usually, chicks are also sold as pets and to make them attractive to buyers, they are dyed in bright colors to catch the attention of their prospective buyers especially kids!

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