The Chicken of the Woods is a type of bracket fungus that is found in temperate forests. It gets its name from its appearance, which resembles that of a chicken. This fungi is edible and is often used as a substitute for chicken meat.
The Chicken of the Woods has a white or cream-colored body with yellow pores on the underside. The upper surface is usually brightly coloured, ranging from orange to red. This fungi grows on trees, particularly oaks, and can be found in North America, Europe, and Asia.