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Thanksgiving Trivia

20 Thanksgiving Questions

Who, in a letter to his daughter, proposed the turkey as the official United States bird? Ben Franklin
How many pounds is the heaviest turkey ever raised? 86 pounds, the size of a dog
What are three American foods that were served with turkey at the first Thanksgiving meal? corn, sweet potatoes, lima beans
How many miles per hour can a turkey fly for short distances? 55 miles per hour
In 2000, the average American ate how much turkey? 17.75 pounds
The turkey was domesticated in what country before being brought to Europe in the 16th century? Mexico
What is the most popular way to serve leftover turkey? sandwiches
Turkey breeding has caused turkey breasts to grow so large that the turkeys _______ ______. fell over
How many days does it take a turkey egg to hatch? 28
What were spurs on the legs of a tom turkey used for? projectiles on Indian arrowheads
A baby turkey is called a poult
What did astronauts Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin eat for their first meal on the moon? turkey in foil packets
What do you call the flap of skin under the turkey's chin? wattle
Since 1947, the National turkey Federation has presented a live turkey and stuffed turkeys to the President. What does the President do to the live turkey? He "pardons" it and allows it to live on a historical farm.
What do you call the flap of skin that hangs over the turkey's beak? snood
How many turkeys are sold in the U.S. and cooked each year? 45 million
A male turkey is called a tom
In the early 1930's what game bird was on the verge of extinction? the wild turkey
When is National Turkey Lover's Month? June
How fast can wild turkeys run? up to 25 mph
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