This is a Phillippine native chicken, which looks like any other chicken. Ours are fully organic, they roam and graze around the property to look for their food. Most landholdings in the provinces are not fenced, so they are free to fend for themselves.
When still young they are still vulnerable. Their predators are monitor lizards, cats, crows and hawks. In adulthood, their only predators are their human owners, especifically us, because we love chicken stew with young chili leaves and tops, immature papaya fruits with a little ginger.
These two think and act simultaneously, the same stimulus above affect them. Look at their heads and eyes. What do you think made them act in unison?
They seem to have the same thing in mind! They even extended their necks more, inclined their heads further. I wonder why the other one has its mind far away and doesn't seem to mind. Maybe it is deaf, do you think chicken can get deaf too?
I love to call it the chicken pantomime, because for me that is a performance.By the way, I was actually their director, and i really wonder why they looked up, when i am at the same ground level as them.