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  • Turkey Trivia Time! There are many wild turkey hunters on this website. To make this trivia fun, I am asking everyone to pick o

    Turkey Trivia Time! There are many wild turkey hunters on this website. To make this trivia fun, I am asking everyone to pick only one question to answer. Please don’t hog and answer all ten questions. Give everybody a chance to jump in. The ten questions are listed inside my first comment. Thank You

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    1. What is the skin called that hangs on the turkey’s neck?

    2. What is the skin flap called that hangs over the turkey’s beck?

    3. What is the average turkey life span in years?

    4. How old was the oldest turkey on record, in years?

    5. What makes a male turkey head turn different colors within seconds?

    6. How many subspecies of wild turkeys are native to North America?

    7. Were wild turkeys ever near the brink of extinction in United States?

    8. What country is the world’s biggest producer of turkeys raised at turkey farms?

    9. How fast can a turkey fly in miles per hour?

    10. How fast can a turkey trot in miles per hour?

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    • #3
      2. the skin flap that covers a turkeys beak is called a snood.

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      • #4
        1. The skin that hangs from a turkey's neck is called a wattle.

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        • #5
          habben and Dallas, your both correct. Thanks

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          • #6
            9- A wild turkey can fly 55 miles per hour.

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            • #7
              6. Yes and the NWTF was vital in bringing them back.

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              • #8
                Sorry ment #7 not 6

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                • #9
                  #10 - I think I read somewhere that a wild turkey can run faster than 20 mph, which is about the same speed as a human can run.

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                  • #10
                    #6 is 3

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                    • #11
                      Montana and Ncarl, your both correct.
                      In reference to Ncarl’s answer for number seven, in 1930 the wild turkey was over hunted and was on the endangered species list.

                      Explorer, you stated they can run faster then 20 mph.
                      The answer is 25 miles an hour.

                      jhjimbo, sorry but your answer is incorrect.

                      Questions 3, 4, 5, 6 and 8 still remain unanswered.
                      Good Luck!

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                      • #12
                        Here's one for you Gary.
                        What are the four species of turkey in America?
                        What species is exclusive to Mexico?

                        I believe the largest producer of turkeys (commerially raised) is the U.S..

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                        • #13
                          Four species in N.A.- Osceola, Eastern, Merriam ,and Rio. Exclusive to Mexic is the Gould's. In central America you have the Oscelated (looks more like a peacock than a turkey to me).

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                          • #14
                            Bubba, that is the same question as my question listed above at number 6. I will quote it word for word.

                            “6. How many subspecies of wild turkeys are native to North America?”

                            Your also incorrect Bubba, it is not four. The answer is five subspecies of turkeys.

                            1. Eastern

                            2. Gould

                            3. Merriam

                            4. Osceola

                            5. Rio Grande

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                            • #15
                              AlJoe, you missed the Arizona Gould turkey.
                              Check out the video link below of a beautiful Gould tom turkey hunt in the mountains of Arizona.

                              www.youtube.com/watch?v=3J2g81hr714

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