chicken egg evolution or creation
The chicken egg has many features that evolutionists have difficulty explaining and these features proclaim the grand intelligent design of a powerful Creator. The first feature is that the chicken egg has over 10,000 holes in order to allow the chicken inside the egg to breath. If these holes were not there, the chicken inside the egg would not be able to breath and would die of suffocation. The holes also allow waste products from the chicken to exit the egg. The chick inside the egg has a sharp tooth on top of its beak that it uses to break out of the egg, which usually happens around the 21st day. Other birds can have a shorter range cycle or longer range hatching time from the canary's 13 day cycle to the ostrich's 42 day hatching cycle. Hens are able to tell if their eggs are healthy and will ignore or remove eggs that are not healthy and not able to be hatched. How does the hen know this? Scientists believe that their ultra-violet vision enables them to detect healthy and unhealthy eggs. The egg contains all the necessary vitamins and nutrients needed to feed the chick during the 21-day hatching period until it is hatched, as if someone had the chick in mind during this process. However, evolutionists stubbornly claim "random evolution" and deny the intelligent design of the Creator. Hens are also known to communicate with their chicks before being hatched by way of distinct unique, sounds made by the hen and the chicks. The hen also sits on its eggs to keep them warm during the hatching process.