A barnyard phenomenon was reported last
week by the polite New York Evening Post as follows:
"Charles Conklin, a farmer of Sussex, N. J., has a bantam rooster with
four wings. The extra flippers are attached to the rooster's legs. When
the fowl runs he kicks up as much dust as a rotary plow and when he
hops into the air he looks like a biplane. . . ."
To continue reading: or Log-In
Want the full story?
Get TIME the way you want it
Week Digital Pass — $4.99
Pay-As-You-Go DIGITAL ACCESS — $2.99
Year ALL ACCESS — Just $30! Best Deal!
Print Magazine + Digital Edition +
Subscriber-only Content on TIME.com
Learn more about the benefits of being
a TIME subscriber
If you are already a subscriber sign up — registration is free!