Cockerel

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2023-07-18 Snargl 2 minutes 28 seconds

Where does the Cockerel live?

Rooster standing on a rock in a stream of water with grass and rocks in the background
Rooster standing in a field with the sun shining behind it and a Cockerel in the background
Rooster standing on a dirt road in the middle of a field with trees in the background
Rooster standing on a dirt road in a green field with buildings in the background
Rooster standing on a rock in a field of grass and flowers with the sun shining behind it and a bright lens
A cockerel is a young male chicken, also known as a rooster.

Cockerels live in different parts of the world, depending on the breed and origin of the chicken.

Some of the most common places where cockerels live are:
  • Southeast Asia: This is where the chicken (Gallus domesticus) was domesticated from the red junglefowl, a wild bird that still lives in the forests of India, China, and Southeast Asia.
    Some of the breeds that originated from this region are the Ayam Cemani, the Silkie, and the Serama.

  • Europe: Chickens were introduced to Europe by the Romans, who valued them for their meat, eggs, and religious significance.
    Some of the oldest and most distinctive breeds of cockerels in Europe are the Dorking, the Faverolles, and the Orpington.

  • America: Chickens were brought to America by the Spanish and Portuguese explorers, who also introduced them to other parts of the world.
    Among the breeds that developed in America are the Red Rhode Islander, the Plymouth and the Leghorn.

Cockerels usually live in flocks with hens (female chickens) and other cockerels.

They have a social hierarchy, called the pecking order, that determines their access to food, water, and mates.

The dominant cockerel is called the alpha, and he is the leader of the flock.

He crows at dawn to announce his presence and territory, and he protects the hens from predators and rivals.

The cockerel also mates with the hens and fertilizes their eggs.

These birds need a sheltered and secure place to live, such as a coop, a barn, or a shed.

They also need a perch to sleep on at night, which is called roosting.

Cockerels like to have access to an outdoor area, where they can scratch, peck, and dust-bathe.

Example of the color palette for the image of Cockerel

Picture with primary colors of Prussian blue, Olive Drab, Celadon, Bright cerulean and Jasper
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 3050-G50Y
NCS S 1030-G
NCS S 1060-B
RAL Classic
RAL 5026
RAL 8008
RAL 6019
RAL 5012
RAL 3028
RAL Design
RAL 240 20 22
RAL 040 50 70
RAL Effect
RAL 250-6
RAL 760-2
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What does the Cockerel look like?

Rooster standing on a dirt road in a forest with tall grass and trees in the background
Rooster standing on a rock in front of a full moon and castle with a full moon in the background
Rooster standing on the side of a road with a red comb on its head and a black and white rooster on its back
Rooster standing on top of a wooden post in a yard with grass and trees in the background
Rooster standing on a snowy surface in front of a building with a clock tower in the background
Rooster standing on a dirt road in a forest with trees and bushes behind it
Rooster standing on top of a hill under a cloudy sky with a red crest and tail

A cockerel is a young male chicken
Less than a year old in age
He has a bright red comb on his head
And a colorful plumage on his back

He likes to crow at the break of dawn
To announce the start of a new day
He is proud and brave and sometimes fights
With other cockerels for his way

Example of the color palette for the image of Cockerel

Picture with primary colors of Dark electric blue, Onyx, Glitter, Pale copper and Carolina blue
Top 5 color shades of the illustration. Arranged in descending order of frequency of occurrence (first - more often, last - more rare).
See these colors in NCS, PANTONE, RAL palettes...
NCS (Natural Color System)
NCS S 1040-R80B
RAL Classic
RAL 7031
RAL 9005
RAL 9003
RAL 3012
RAL 6027
RAL Design
RAL 260 40 15
RAL 170 20 20
RAL 050 60 40
RAL 270 70 25
RAL Effect
RAL 160-1
RAL 410-1
RAL 730-2
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