The small bump-like growths of skin that cover the turkey's neck are called caruncles. The wattle hangs from the front of the turkey's throat and the snood hangs from its forehead.
"No. Turkeys can't fly." Wrong answer....turkeys DO fly. They will not lay eggs in a nest in a tree however. They make nests on the ground in thick cover and that is where they lay their eggs. Hope that helps.
The bump like growth of skin that covers a turkey's neck is called a caruncle. These bumps are found on both male and female turkeys.
a hatch is a small opening in a door or cover.
villi cover the inner wall of the small intestine.
cover slip is a small piece of glass which is used to cover.
Many turkey legs are colored gray, but it really depends upon the color of the feathers that cover their legs. Some are actually brown.
turkeys cover several miles every day,if chased they would not run far before flying away.
There is a small cover to the right of the clutch housing cover. Its in there.
Capillaries cover the alveoli.
Jedward did a funny yet terrible cover of All The Small Things in 2010.