Chickens Dressed as Famous Historical Figures

Chickens, which outnumber humans, have become what two Smithsonian magazine writers call "the ubiquitous food of our era." As part of its exploration of the history of chicken as a source of food for humans, the magazine asked photographer Timothy Archibald to dress raw chickens as personages from human history. He selected, among others, Julius Caesar, Abraham Lincoln, Queen Elizabeth and Albert Einstein. Pictured above is that dominating figure from a dubious version of Chinese culinary history, General Tso.

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Should be named "Chicken CORPSES Dressed as Historical Figures". Not sure if this is funnier than living chickens dressed as historical figures or not. (I'm lacking a basis of comparison)
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