This is not realistic. Why were they sitting near each other in the first place? The squirrel either would have fled much sooner or the owl would've eaten it. Your joke fails both in humor and in realism.
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Why did the chicken cross the road?
One of many options could be said, depending on the psychology and personality of the chicken in question.
Perhaps the chicken was hungry, and its feeding center happened to be across the road. This would call into question why it was on the opposite side of the road in the first place. Perhaps there were some other chickens across the road, and the chicken in question enjoyed the company of other chickens. Perhaps their nesting ground was on the other side of the road, but that would be illogical, as nesting areas should be near to the feeding areas.
Furthermore, a road implies that the chickens have escaped containment, as a place where vehicles roam are usually where chickens are least likely to be seen. This calls into question the domesticity of the chicken in question. Had it have been a wild chicken, the chicken could easily be looking for food, or even a potential mate, which seems illogical, as the Roosters are the dominant ones.
This video calls into question the probability of strictly-enforced hierarchy-chickens. Perhaps the chicken in question needed to stop a rabbit fight, or to defend its territory from other less-superior chickens.
In closing, there are many, many possibilities to why the chicken crossed the road, but in conclusion, the chicken clearly crossed the road, simply to get to the other side, whatever its reason may have been.
There is also a technicality stating that dinosaurs laid eggs long before chickens ever came about, but that would be cheating. Assuming that the first chicken-evolved mutation of some animal came from the first chicken-evolved mutation of its egg, then the egg had to have come first, whether the parent was a chicken or not.
Also "the chicken" came first if you look at the structure of the question.
Now look at this beautiful cock.
On a side note;
What do you get when you cross an Elephant and a Rhino?
Nothing, their genetic structures are different, so they can't reproduce with each other...
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