In every highlighter hue you can name, these two-day-old chicks are going cheep at a market near you.
That's provided you live in Indonesia, where day-glo chickens are the very latest craze.
Dyed with permanent spray paint, they sell for 50 cents each.
While the trend may seem cruel to some, local photographer
Himawan Paramayuda explained that chickens occupy an important role in the South East Asian country.
Many families in Indonesia have an income below one U.S. dollar per day, and keep chickens at home for their eggs and meat.
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