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Cocks Gallery

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Choose from 425 items in our Cocks Collection for your Wall Art and Photo Gifts


Cocks Gallery: Music cover for Two Marionettes Polka
Music cover for Two Marionettes Polka
Cocks Gallery: Turncock (Petherick)
Turncock (Petherick)
Cocks Gallery: Buff Orpington cock Warwickshire
Buff Orpington cock Warwickshire
Cocks Gallery: Adeline, Duchess of Bedford
Adeline, Duchess of Bedford
Cocks Gallery: YE OLDE FIGHTING COCKS
YE OLDE FIGHTING COCKS
Cocks Gallery: Cyclists Weathervane
Cyclists Weathervane
Cocks Gallery: Fighting Cocks & Turkey
Fighting Cocks & Turkey
Cocks Gallery: Weather vane, United Kingdom, Europe
Weather vane, United Kingdom, Europe
Cocks Gallery: Time of innocence
Time of innocence
Cocks Gallery: Male Pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) displaying, Hertfordshire, England, UK
Male Pheasant (Phasianus colchicus) displaying, Hertfordshire, England, UK
Cocks Gallery: The Royal Visit to the Vatican - standing behind Princess Elizabeth
The Royal Visit to the Vatican - standing behind Princess Elizabeth
Cocks Gallery: Cricket Team Photograph - The Gentlemen of Herefordshire Date: 1932
Cricket Team Photograph - The Gentlemen of Herefordshire Date: 1932
Cocks Gallery: Plumed cockscomb or silver cocks comb, Celosia argentea
Plumed cockscomb or silver cocks comb, Celosia argentea
Cocks Gallery: Eighth Carriage of Royal Household in Queen Victoria s
Eighth Carriage of Royal Household in Queen Victoria s
Cocks Gallery: Fighting Cocks railway station, Stockton-Darlington line
Fighting Cocks railway station, Stockton-Darlington line
Cocks Gallery: Statue of an Egyptian priest holding a cocks head
Statue of an Egyptian priest holding a cocks head
Cocks Gallery: Cocks Comb Coral Tree, Singularity; single
Cocks Comb Coral Tree, Singularity; single
Cocks Gallery: Curtis British Entomology Plate 88
Curtis British Entomology Plate 88
Cocks Gallery: Cock-throwing on Shove Tuesday
Cock-throwing on Shove Tuesday
Cocks Gallery: FEEDING THE FOWLS 1887
FEEDING THE FOWLS 1887
Cocks Gallery: Hogarth, The Cockpit
Hogarth, The Cockpit
Cocks Gallery: WW1 - Patriotic Red Cross Dog cocks his leg on German Helmet
WW1 - Patriotic Red Cross Dog cocks his leg on German Helmet
Cocks Gallery: Cockfighting (John Kay)
Cockfighting (John Kay)
Cocks Gallery: Advertisement, Newman Bros Organs
Advertisement, Newman Bros Organs
Cocks Gallery: Two clowns with cockerels on a New Year card
Two clowns with cockerels on a New Year card
Cocks Gallery: Victorian Scrap, men watching cock fight
Victorian Scrap, men watching cock fight
Cocks Gallery: Cartoon, Golden eggs, WW1
Cartoon, Golden eggs, WW1
Cocks Gallery: Slender Salmon and Blue Pole
Slender Salmon and Blue Pole
Cocks Gallery: Cockerel in blackberry brambles
Cockerel in blackberry brambles
Cocks Gallery: Cockerel design
Cockerel design
Cocks Gallery: Pigeons - A portrait of four Homing Pigeons
Pigeons - A portrait of four Homing Pigeons
Cocks Gallery: Ye Old Fighting Cocks Public House, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Ye Old Fighting Cocks Public House, St Albans, Hertfordshire
Cocks Gallery: The Village, Three Cocks, Breconshire
The Village, Three Cocks, Breconshire
Cocks Gallery: Poland fowls and speckled Hamburg hens
Poland fowls and speckled Hamburg hens
Cocks Gallery: Caroline Ctess Somers
Caroline Ctess Somers
Cocks Gallery: Common Pheasant - flapping its wings and displaying, Island of Texel
Common Pheasant - flapping its wings and displaying, Island of Texel, The Netherlands Date: 11-Feb-19
Cocks Gallery: Common Pheasant - adult cock crossing road - Germany
Common Pheasant - adult cock crossing road - Germany
Cocks Gallery: Common Pheasant - adult cock - Germany
Common Pheasant - adult cock - Germany
Cocks Gallery: Black Grouse cock Black Grouse male displaying in spring
Black Grouse cock Black Grouse male displaying in spring
Cocks Gallery: Black Grouse jump Black Grouse displaying cock jumping
Black Grouse jump Black Grouse displaying cock jumping
Cocks Gallery: Common Pheasant cock Common / Ring-necked Pheasant cock
Common Pheasant cock Common / Ring-necked Pheasant cock
Cocks Gallery: Black Grouse fight Black Grouse fighting cocks in spring
Black Grouse fight Black Grouse fighting cocks in spring
Cocks Gallery: Black Grouse street Black Grouse cock displaying in spr
Black Grouse street Black Grouse cock displaying in spr
Cocks Gallery: Black Grouse cocks Black Grouse males displaying in spri
Black Grouse cocks Black Grouse males displaying in spri
Cocks Gallery: They shall not pass!, 1914-18 (colour litho)
They shall not pass!, 1914-18 (colour litho)
Cocks Gallery: A Cock Fight (oil on canvas)
A Cock Fight (oil on canvas)

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Cocks are a type of bird that is part of the Galliformes family, which includes chickens, turkeys, quails, and other game birds. They are known for their loud crowing and their colorful feathers. Cocks are usually kept as pets or for show, but they can also be used for cockfighting, a sport that has been popular in some parts of the world for centuries.

Cocks have a long history as a domesticated bird. They were first kept as pets in ancient Egypt, and they were also used for cockfighting in Greece and Rome. In the Middle Ages, cockfighting was a popular pastime in Europe, and it is still practiced in some parts of the world today.

Cocks come in a variety of colors and sizes, and they can be bred for specific traits. They have a comb and wattles, which are the fleshy parts on their heads, and they have long, pointed tails. Cocks are usually quite aggressive, and they can be very territorial.

Cocks are omnivorous, meaning they eat both plants and animals. They typically eat grains, insects, and small animals like mice and lizards. They also eat fruits and vegetables.

Cocks are known for their loud crowing, which is usually done in the morning. This is a way for them to establish their territory and attract mates. Cocks also have a variety of other vocalizations, including clucks, cackles, and purrs.

Cocks are fascinating birds, and they have been kept as pets and used for cockfighting for centuries. They are colorful and loud, and they can make great companions.