Is a chicken egg an egg with a chicken inside it or an egg laid by a chicken?
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Write a comment or ask a question... Neither of the given options r correct. This is because the chick. egg contains a fertilised egg cell inside it which at a later stage develops into a chick to hatch out of the shell, provided that the conditions r favourable.
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A chicken egg is an egg that (assuming it matures without any biological problems) will develop into a chicken.
In related news, the egg came before the chicken because dinosaur eggs existed long before chickens evolved.
Wait, so the chicken came before the egg because the eggs were around before chickens were?
Thank God I don't lay eggs!!!
That's a bit embarrassing. I fixed it.
It is an egg laid by a chicken that has a chicken inside
So an egg with a chicken inside it that was grown in a lab is not a chicken egg?
dang missed that
it may be a egg lais by the chicken ...