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Aseel and Busra are
A. An American breeds
B. British breed
C. Mediterranean chicken
D. Indigenous breed

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Hint: The chicken is a domesticated fowl, belongs to subspecies of the red junglefowl or Gallus gallus. They are one of the most common and widespread domestic animals, with a total global population of about 23.7 billion as of 2018 that is up from more than 19 billion in 2011. The population of chickens is more in the world than any other bird or domesticated fowl.

Complete answer:
The Asil or Aseel is a breed of chicken that originated in the Indian subcontinent. In Indian, Aseel belongs to Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu and in Pakistan’s Punjab area. But now, this Fowl is also found throughout Southeast Asia, like Shamo and Thai Game. In India and South Asia, this breed is generally unstandardized, but their population is increased in the western world with the breed standardized in the British, Australian, and American standards.
Busra is an Indian originated breed generally found in the Navapur Taluka of Nandurbar and the Sakri Taluka of Dhule districts of Maharashtra, and also found in the Songadh and Uchchhal Taluka of Surat district of Gujarat.
Hence, Assel or Asil and Busra are the Indian originated breed.
So, the correct answer is “Option D”.

The chickens evolved from the dinosaurs called the theropods, which evolved into two categories some 230 million years ago, the Ceratosauria, and the Tetanurae. The recent phylogenetic study disclosed that genetically speaking, the domestic chicken's closest living relative is Tyrannosaurus rex.