Here’s an interesting article about chicken legs and why they are yellow. Of course, the Darwinist discussion of this finding tends to the absurd:
What we are interested in knowing now is why yellow skin in chickens is so ubiquitous. It could have been that yellow skin was perceived to be a marker of health or size or egg production, or it could just be that yellow skin was fun to look at.
Fun to look at? Nice bit of scientific thinking there.