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Ayam Cemani
The Cemani is one of four hen varieties of the Indonesian breed kedu. Ayam means "chicken" in Indonesian and Cemani could come, according to the sources, from either the name of a village in Java, located in the southern suburbs of Surakarta, or a handwritten word meaning "all black". These specimens have a dominant gene that causes hyperpigmentation (fibromelanosis) and makes them completely black (feathers, organs, flesh and bone).
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