Why do chickens have wings, but they don’t fly?
Of course, you have already heard that someone is asking this question. But who said they don’t fly? In fact, the chicken flies, but its flights are short and only about 10 meters. During the evolution of the species, the chicken was domesticated and lost the need to fly to avoid predators. Thus, it lacks well-developed pneumatic bones, air sacs, and pectoral muscles and wings that aid migratory birds in flight.