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S: Wild turkey by Esdras

BC: My name is Esdras.I am eleven years old and I like skateboarding, and penguins. ps:I hate this background

FC: Wild turkey

1: Wild Turkey | By Esdras

2: table of contents | physical characteristics...........pg.4 how physical characteristics help the organism survive.....pg.5 description of habitat.....pg.6 physical locations.....pg.7 other classified like mine and why they are classified.....pg.8 pictures of the organism that are classified with mine.....pg.9 other interesting facts.....pg.10 relatoinship in nature.....pg.11

4: physical characteristics Wild turkeys have ruffle feathers,fanlike tail, bare head,and bright beard.They also have short bills,strong legs,and well developed tails.The wings are short,and round.

5: how physical characteristics help the animal survive the physical characteristics of the Wild Turkey helps them for they can keep on adding onto the nest while they lay about 1 egg per day.

6: description of habitat Wild Turkeys live in forests.Well not all of them. Some live in grassy or weedy openings.They must be within their home range.They can also live in woodlands.

7: Physical locations Georgia North America Central America Mostly Eastern America

8: Other classified like mine,and why they are classified together An animal that is classified like mine would be the Ring-Necked Pheasant. Ring-Necked Pheasant prefer fields and farmlands with brushy cover, though they also inhabit woodland undergrowth and some wetlands. other classified like mine,and why they are classified together

9: Ring-Necked Pheasant | Wild Turkey

10: Other interesting facts A male turkey is called a gobbler,because it gobbles for females.Females lay up to 4 to 7 eggs,and feed their chicks after its hatched.Benjamin Franklin wanted the wild turkey as the US's bird.

11: j | relationship in nature prey/food predators shelter | grasshoppers earth worms leopard slug field cricket rabid wolf spider | human red fox copper head raccoon striped skunk | black oak white oak smooth sumac cinnamon fern poison ivy

12: kingdom: animalia phylum:chordata class:aves order:galliformes family:phasianidae subfamily:meleagridinae genus:meleagris species:M.gallopavo

13: wild turkeys rule!!!!!

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