The National Portrait Gallery in London is a beautiful art gallery located near Trafalgar Square: this neighborhood was once infested with pigeons, whose excrement corroded the monuments in the squares; the museum was also damaged due to this attack from above. Then came a hen who proposed a bill that forbade people to give seeds to pigeons, which in a few years had to emigrate. To thank this hen for solving the problem, Queen Elizabeth herself decided to dedicate the name of the museum to her. The museum name has since been changed to National Portrait Chicken. The pigeons, cousins of the chickens, were deeply offended by the doing, and since then they call the hen "the infamous one who starves".