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    Salmonella can be present in chickens due to various factors. One common reason is that chickens can carry Salmonella bacteria in their intestines without showing any signs of illness. These bacteria can then contaminate the chicken’s environment, including their feces, feathers, and eggs. Additionally, poor hygiene practices during processing or handling of chicken can lead to cross-contamination with Salmonella from other sources. Therefore, it’s essential to cook chicken thoroughly to kill any potentially harmful bacteria and to follow proper food safety measures to reduce the risk of salmonella contamination and foodborne illness.

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