Nov 16, 2011 8:40 PM by Associated Press (JR)
Blood types and Arroyo Grande roosters are the subjects of Good Question this week. Erik Mund from Arroyo Grande wants to know: Who owns the roosters by the creek in Arroyo Grande? That's a Good Question.
They're not owned by anyone and it's illegal to keep roosters on residential property. The city manager says there have been roosters there for as long as anyone can remember, and they're treated as any other wild bird.
Sometimes someone will drop a new one off. Right now there are 5 or 6 roosters living near old City Hall. Chickens are removed, and if a rooster gets too aggressive, the city finds it a new home.
Michael from Santa Maria asks: What is the most common and least common blood type?
O-positive is the most common. 37 % of Causcasian and 53 % of Hispanics have it. A-positive is in second place. Next to last is B-negative. The least common is "A-B" negative, belonging to 1% of Caucasians and almost no Hispanics. A patient should get a blood transfusion of their own type to cut the risk of dangerous reactions.
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