Future of the Environment

We are living on "the planet of the chickens," says this scientist

A feral chicken takes a stroll at "Chicken Roundabout" in the UK. Image: REUTERS/Luke MacGregor

Richard Thomas

Reader in Archaeology, , University of Leicester

Mark Williams

Professor of Palaeobiology, , University of Leicester

Jan Zalasiewicz

Senior Lecturer in Palaeobiology, , University of Leicester

Carys Bennett

Honorary Fellow in Geology, , University of Leicester

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A modern broiler at five weeks old, alongside its ancestor the red jungle fowl at six weeks old (same scale). Image: Bennett et al / Royal Society

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