I love to code. I believe everything is programmed in a certain way to make it work. From human brains to every single command in the machines.
F. Manasseh, Software Developer, B.E (Bachelor of Engineering), Tallahassee, Florida
Answered Nov 21, 2019
Roosters will crow for many different reasons. Roosters often crow in response to other roosters crowing. This funny-looking bird may crow when they are startled by a loud sound such as a car or a person coming toward them.
They may also crow as a warning for others, or to attract the interest of other members of the group for foraging. Roosters often crow all hours of the day, but they are especially notorious for crowing just before or at the crack of dawn. Roosters generally begin crowing before the age of four months. The majority of the time, it is the most dominate rooster who starts crowing.