There are two answers; the most profound is the one in the Harry Potter series given as an answer to "Which came first, the Phoenix or the ashes?" The answer is the same; "A circle has no beginning"
The other answer to the commonly asked question "What came first the chicken or the egg?" would be "The rooster"
This is a fairly easy to answer, at least in English.
The egg came first. The hen is listed many pages later in the dictionary.
by chiugo 9 years ago
Egg and Hen which one first came into existence?
by Kevin Peter 5 years ago
What came first on this earth. The egg or the hen?If egg came first, where did it come from? If your answer is hen, how come it came without an egg?
by Time2Spare 6 years ago
What came first -the egg or the chicken?I have always wondered about this. Have heard this question being asked since I was a kid. Till now I have no definite answer. What do you think?
by Dr Pradip Hira 6 years ago
If one hen gives 2 eggs in 2 days then 5 hens will give how many eggs in 6 days ?just try to count, if not enjoy others answer, if you don't know still try to give answer.
by Bernard M Joseph 3 years ago
Which was first formed.....egg or A henEnng....was first formed ..them from where the egg came from......!!or if the hen was first where it come from
by aware 8 years ago
the answer is very easy. the explanation very short . how many posts will it take to get this one right?
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