As a kind of poultry, chicken is also a “frequent visitor” on our table. As a bird that is currently being raised on a large scale (yes, domestic chicken belongs to the class of birds in biological classification and is a kind of bird ), is the most abundant bird in the world. Domestic chickens have been domesticated for at least a few thousand years. At present, there are tens or even hundreds of billions of chickens in the world each year that lay eggs or become meat on the table. There are far more domestic chickens than other birds in nature.
However, the most artificially reared bird in nature in Africa is the red-billed queria. This bird is widely distributed in the sub-Saharan region of Africa. The red-billed queria is about 13 cm long and is often large-scale during the autumn harvest. Breeding and eating food, they also often carry out large-scale activities, and belong to the famous agricultural and forestry pests in Africa. It is estimated that there are tens of billions of red-billed queria finch in Africa alone.