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Interesting facts about turkeys
- They are very intelligent and display problem solving skills.
- Turkeys are extremely social and they create strong, long-lasting bonds with each other, and humans.
- Turkeys are sensitive animals and you can tell the mood of a male turkey by the color of its throat and head.
Questions we used in our animal quiz.
Turkeys shed, called molting, twice completely a year.
Wild turkeys eat plants, nuts, insects, snakes, and more.
Turkeys are extremely social animals and they create strong, long-lasting bonds with each other and humans. Wild turkeys can be aggressive but instead of attacking they chase.
Turkeys don’t sleep like humans. Instead, they sleep in quick little power naps with the majority of them occurring between 9 PM and 9 AM.
They are very smart! “They are really good at geography and can learn the details of really large areas which is especially useful for finding food. Turkeys exhibit problem-solving behavior and are curious and inquisitive animals. They are always checking out new sights and smells.” Source.
Wild turkeys are extremely witty and agile.
Young turkeys are extremely dependent on their mothers. They will scream for help if they get too far away from their mother.
Turkeys are adaptable eaters and eat a wide variety of food sources.
Turkeys are very talkative and they don’t just make gobble sounds, either. They also cackle, purr, and yelp.