Animals: Roosterplane

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. . . ."


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