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Feathers cover an adult turkey's body in pattern's called feather tracts. Do you know how many feahters are on an adult turkey's body?
 

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sorry guys just realized I posted this "useless bit of trivia" question on the photo galleryforum. Sometimes I is a brain! :bangin:
 

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Ok, I guessed C....and still have NO idea...lol. And hey, nuttin wrong wit useless trivia!!! And I sure do like your avatar pic...makes me wanna go to da mountains!!!
 

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I picked D) 7125-8475

I actually don't have a clue, but I'm applying my test-taking techniques of my college days. It doesn't always work, which would explain why I never finished college.

Time will tell... :pop:
 

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I can tell you this. Toms have less feathers caused they is all Hen pecked.

Oh and I pick C.

Jack
 

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Originally posted by Chairman
I picked D) 7125-8475

I actually don't have a clue, but I'm applying my test-taking techniques of my college days. It doesn't always work, which would explain why I never finished college.

Time will tell... :pop:
LOL!!
 

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i haven't a clue but i am guessing d if you ever pluck one it seems like a million
 

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Yup, D. just seemes like the right answer...

Next time I'll just GOOGLE it! :moon:
 

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Well ~ now that I've looked at Jack's answer, I'm tempted to change my answer.

Yep ~ my Plan B, for taking tests in college: Look on the smart guys test, to see what his answer is...

:hysterical::hysterical::hysterical:
 
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