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Question by  moonpie (84)

Why do roosters crow?

I know it's not really to wake people up!


Answer by  Kit (558)

When they sense danger; indicate daybreak at 4:00AM and Evening at 4:00PM; and capturing the attention of the opposite sex (hens).


Answer by  AngelaKay (49)

Roosters are very territorial and are most likely protecting an area that they have claimed as theirs. A lot of times a rooster will crow before leaving a roost, as if to say these are my chickens, hens, or area, Stay away!

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