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Ckicken run

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Introduction

At the start we see a man with a torch and a dog walking down beside a fence. The man checks the padlock on the fence to make sure that it is secure. Next we see a figure in the darkness moving around hiding from the sight of the man, the figure then puts it's foot into the light followed by it's head and then the rest of its body that's when we discover that the figure is a chicken, he then runs over to the fence making sure that he ...read more.

Middle

the gap he has created under the fence and squeezes through it and then runs to take cover and signals for five other chickens to come over, the chickens run over nervously a big fat red one dives into the gap to try and get through but he gets stuck the one on the other side tries to pull him through but can't and they end up getting caught the one on the outside is chased by the dogs and the runs to the door step of the house and then is ...read more.

Conclusion

they try it but they fail and ginger is put in the coal bunker after each time she comes out of the coal bunker she tries again, she tries time after time to try and escape from this chicken farm but they fail each and every time but this does show that they are determined to get out of this chicken farm they must really hate it to try time after time and get caught and punished, but they don't care and they just want to get out of this chicken farm. ...read more.

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