Chickens are capable of flying, but only very short distances. Short distances in the case of a chicken means being able to fly over small obstacles such as fences. They also fly when they feel threatened in their environment and just for general exploration. Wild chickens, can fly slightly farther than domestic chickens, usually, because their wings are not clipped.
Chickens can fly for short distances to clear obstacles or escape from predators. Domestic chickens are bred to have bodies that are not conducive to flying and the free-range ones have their wings clipped. Wild chickens, on the other hand, are capable of limited flight.
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