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'Uno' the Serama

This is my tiny one-day-old Serama chick, 'Uno.' He belongs to the smallest chicken breed in the world, the Serama, which originated from Malaysia and are kept as house pets. They can weigh as little as eight ounces as adults and are notoriously hard to hatch. Uno was the only one that made it to full term out of 12 eggs, which makes him very special. Right now his best buddy is a fuzzy mouse toy, but in a week or two he should be strong enough to join the older chicks.

--Nadine

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