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Check out these chicken beauty pageant contestants

Well, this is one henteresting and eggcellent series. Singaporean photographer Ernest Goh has captured the beautiful and elegant chicks in a Malaysian beauty pageant. What makes this so different? By ‘chicks’ I meant it literally, meaning that beauty pageant is a contest for chickens.

In his latest book entitled ‘Cocks: The Chicken Book’, he explores the world of chicken beauty pageants by encountering a special bird breed called the ‘Ayam Seramas’. This breed of chicken serves one purpose only: to be fabulous! Ernest says, ‘They are not bred for consumption, but purely for ornamental reasons’. He even says in the video that these chickens know how to strike a pose.

In his journey to document the world of chicken beauty pageants, Goh discovers the people and the customs that are involved in raising a bona fide beauty. You can purchase Goh’s eggsplosive eggspose of a book right here.

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Inigo is a writer and graphic designer from Manila, Philippines. He is a soldier of love who will carry you on his strong back of awesomeness when the zombie apocalypse arrives.

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