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Roosters crow only in the morning.

Roosters do greet the sun exuberantly, but they also crow all day long, and sometimes if they’re awakened at night, they crow then too. Roosters crow like songbirds sing, to mark their territory and make the hens aware of their presence. Healthy roosters crow every chance they get, although crowing frequency and sound vary by individual.

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