Gallery description : picture of wild turkeys

Turkey is a bird that typically inhabits forest, shrubland and grassy plains. It has a feathers covering and is able to speed up to 10km/h (6mph). Turkey (meleagris) usually is 70-125cm (28-49in) and weights 3-11kg (6.6-24lbs). The animal lives 1-10 years in a flock lifestyle. Eats mostly: insects, nuts, seeds, berries

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Facts about turkeys
NameTurkey
ColourBlack, white, brown, yellow, green, blue, red
Conservation StatusLeast concern
TypeBird
DietOmnivore
KingdomAnimalia
Average Clutch Size8
Skin TypeFeathers
FamilyPhasianidae
Wing Span150-180cm (59-71in)
Top Speed10km/h (6mph)
Size70-125cm (28-49in)
PredatorsFox, snake, raccoon
PhylumChordata
ClassAves
LifestyleFlock
Weight3-11kg (6.6-24lbs)
Life Span1-10 years
Scientific NameMeleagris
GenusMeleagris
Main PreyInsects, nuts, seeds, berries
HabitatForest, shrubland and grassy plains
OrderGalliformes
Image Details
Description Picture of wild turkeys. Description Wild Turkeys.jpg
Width 2909 pixels
Heigh 2078 pixels
File type JPG
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