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The egg makes the chicken or the chicken makes the egg?

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They both make good soup....
All chickens make eggs but not all eggs make chickens.
haha,that's true!

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The egg, since the chicken evolved from a lizard like creature and was only realised to be a chicken when it was not a lizard like creature. This transformation only happened in the egg.
The chicken acctually has very little to do with the preparation of an egg, it is just the site of the production... if you will, the chicken just pops the egg out... "Does the chicken\u0027s body make the shell and fill it with the white and yolk, or does it make the white and yolk and then wrap the shell around it?" 01 April 2000. HowStuffWorks.com. 05 July 2011.

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