Where are turkeys from?

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Either the question or the answer is not correct. If the question is about the origin of turkeys (animal), the answer is the American continent.

If "turkeys" refer to the the Turks or Turkish people (the people of Turkey is not called turkeys), they originated from Central Asia.
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Where is Turkey?

It is right in the middle of the world connecting Europe and Asia. Answer Turkey is a bridge between Asia and Europe. It is surroundedby the Mediterranean Sea, Aegean Sea, Sea

What is turkey?

first mean: Its kind of bird like chicken second mean: Its name of country from Central Asia

What is a turkey?

a Eurasian republic in Asia Minor and the Balkans; on the collapse of the Ottoman Empire in 1918, the Young Turks, led by Kemal Ataturk, established a republic in 1923 . larg

What are turkeys?

Turkeys are large ground dwelling birds native to America that have been domesticated for meat. Here is a link For a more detailed description http://en.wikipedia.org/wi

What can you do in turkey?

go to some nightclubs such as the Reina or shop at luxury malls such as Kanyon Levent or go to historical places at the sultanahmet area...

What is an turkey?

it is a bird that is slightly larger than chickens that either domesticated or wild. they come from a large assortment of colors from brown to white

How are you in turkey?

cool hangin' around at the malls its a modern country. i am Turkish and i guarantee you that it has the best shopping malls ever. check these www. kanyon .com.tr www.istanbul

Where turkey is?

Turkey appears to be part of the Middle East. It's in Eurasia. It borders the Black Sea and the Mediterranean Sea. Also, the neighbouring countries are: Greece, Bulgaria, Geo

Where about is Turkey?

It is located in southeastern Europe and has borders with Greece, Bulgaria, Syria, Iran, Iraq, Azerbaijan (Nahjivan), Armenia, western Aegean, eastern Mediterranean and southe