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alektorophobia (s) (noun) (no plural)
An abhorrence of domestic fowls that may be a result of their aggressive behavior which has been encountered by some people: When chickens use their sharp beaks for nipping and pecking, as well as the claws on their feet, which are sharp and can be dangerous, and when they have been known to attack other animals as well as human beings, they influence some people to be afflicted with alektorophobia because they have observed or experienced such actions.

A few additional reasons for alektorophobia may include not only the threats of being attacked by chickens, but also because they eat food from the ground or manure piles, so there are individuals who are convinced that such actions contaminate the birds and those who eat them.

A fear of chickens.
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"Attack! We're not going to let these humans kill and eat us whenever they want to.