When Turkeys Strike Back
Turkeys live in a social hierarchy and respect the pecking order within that hierarchy. If a turkey attacks you, it likely considers you a subordinate being. Some wild turkeys can run 32 kilometres per hour. They feed on nuts, seeds, fruits, insects, and salamanders. Many people love to eat turkey during the holidays. But sometimes the turkeys fight back. Other times, they fight each other.
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