By the way, magnum opus is Latin for 'big penguin,' in reference to the penguin 'Opus' in the old comic 'Bloom County.'
Note the first picture, when the chicks were very young - and cute.
Notice how they have grown over the past few weeks. The photograph below has not been doctored as far as our lab can tell.
Using the statistical tool of EXTRAPOLATION, where one makes accurate predictions based on the trend of information, or data points, leading up to where you have no idea what happens next(people do this all the time when they double all the ingredients in a recipe), we are terrified of what we project will be the end result of these chickens when they reach maturity.
The photograph below suggests that the end-stage of the growth curve of these chickens will put them in the 'greater than 99%' range for height and weight.
Chickens in this size classification are not very good for eating, lay fewer eggs, and tend to eat women in mini skirts.
I am surprised that this blog has not reported this as another incident of genetic engineering gone terribly wrong.