By now, you've definitely seen or at least heard of The Big Chicken. He is large. He contains multitudes. And he is most certainly real.
While I'm not a chicken expert myself, judging by his phenotypes (that is, extremely large and incredibly fluffy), he's likely a Brahma chicken — a massive bird originally from India, traditionally kept as a pet. And although most of the internet has spent the last few days ruminating on whether or not the chicken is real, a bigger question remains: How many Chicken McNuggets could you get out of this freak bird?
Getting to the bottom of this delicious mystery is not as easy as it sounds. For one thing, it's unclear how much actual chicken is distributed to each nugget — but, for the purposes of this rudimentary calculation, we'll assume that each chicken is 100 per cent real meat, which it most certainly is not. That said, we do know that a pack of four Chicken McNuggets is around 64g. Thus, 64 divided by four yields 16g per Nugg.
Next, we need to ascertain a little more of this beastly chicken's info. According to the Livestock Conservancy, Brahma chickens can weigh up to 8kg. So, by simply dividing 8000 by 16, we arrive at 500 Chicken McNuggets in this Thicc Chicken.
That said, The Big Chicken is so much more than a viral sensation or a vessel for nuggs — he's an icon. I, for one, would welcome him as my feathery overlord — or my lunch.