I know that a double-dose of the frizzle gene produces a chicken with super-curly and fragile feathers. I know it's not necessarily deadly, but that a double-dose frizzle chicken could be more exposed to elements than a normal chicken because of the breaking feathers. I'm pretty familiar with the genetics themselves, and even created a Punnett Square for others to use (see it here). But I'm looking for photos of what a double-dose Frizzle chicken looks like. Either as a young chick just getting his feathers in, or as an older chicken already crowing or laying eggs. I'm trying to get as many as possible to gather for an educational presentation. So please post all the pics you can of a double-dose Frizzle chicken!