Hen || CollectA


Introducing the charming Hen Figurine by CollectA, a delightful addition to any animal enthusiast's collection. Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this lifelike hen figurine captures the essence of farmyard elegance. From its intricate feather detailing to its gentle, inquisitive expression, every feature is expertly sculpted to perfection.

Made from high-quality, durable PVC, this figurine is built to withstand the test of time, making it an ideal choice for both play and display. Whether adorning a shelf in a child's bedroom or adding a touch of countryside charm to a living space, this CollectA hen figurine is sure to delight both young and old alike.

With its realistic appearance and superior craftsmanship, the CollectA Hen figurine is a must-have for collectors and animal lovers alike. Add a touch of rural beauty to your home or collection with this exquisite piece from CollectA.


  • CollectA Hen
  • Size :  5cm x 4.5cm
  • Suitable for ages 3+.
  • Made from PVC,
  • Painted with non-toxic acrylic paints.

Fun Facts about Hens and Chickens:

1. **Social Creatures:** Chickens are highly social animals and form complex social hierarchies within their flocks. They communicate with each other through various vocalizations and body language.

2. **Varied Egg Colors:** Chicken eggs come in a variety of colors, including white, brown, blue, and even green. The color of the eggshell depends on the breed of chicken.

3. **Excellent Memory:** Chickens have been shown to possess excellent memory skills. They can remember and recognize over 100 different individuals, including humans and other chickens.

4. **Diverse Vocalizations:** Chickens are not just known for their distinctive "clucking" sound. They also produce a wide range of vocalizations, including squawks, cackles, and even purring sounds when content.

5. **Natural Pest Control:** Chickens are excellent foragers and natural pest controllers. They will eagerly eat insects, slugs, and other pests, helping to keep gardens and farms free from unwanted pests.

6. **Dust Bathing:** Chickens engage in dust bathing behavior, where they roll around in dry dust or sand to clean their feathers and remove parasites. It's an essential part of their grooming routine.

7. **Molt Period:** Hens go through a molting period where they shed old feathers and grow new ones. During this time, they may temporarily stop laying eggs or produce fewer eggs than usual.

8. **Different Breeds:** There are hundreds of different chicken breeds, each with its own unique characteristics, including size, color, egg-laying abilities, and temperament. Some popular breeds include Rhode Island Reds, Leghorns, and Orpingtons.

9. **Heritage Breeds:** Heritage breeds are traditional breeds of chickens that were raised by farmers before the rise of industrial agriculture. These breeds often have traits suited to specific environments and are valued for their genetic diversity and cultural significance.

10. **Domestication History:** Chickens are descendants of the wild red junglefowl native to Southeast Asia. They were domesticated around 8,000 years ago for their meat, eggs, and feathers, and have since become one of the most widespread and economically important domesticated animals worldwide.