Malays are known for their sinister expression (created by broad skulls, obtruding eyebrows, and upward slanting eyes), their very long legs, and their long life expectancy. Along with that, these gigantic birds (some can be over 3 ft tall!) love to exercise. Their legs have 4 toes and their skin is yellow. The young hens will lay 70-120 eggs annually and the older hens lay 30-55 a year. These birds don't do well in winter or cold climates because of their hard-feathered bodies. The Malay should possess the 3 convex curves: the neck, back, and tail. The cocks should weigh 9 pounds while the hens are at 7 pounds. The roosters are intolerant of other roos and will attack anyone that goes near their hens because of their aggressive and pugnacious nature. Guaranteed any visitors you have (or intruders) will think twice about entering your home with this flock of dinosaur birds lounging around your yard.