Turkey spurs are spike-like protrusions that grow on the back of the legs of male wild turkeys. Spurs are bony and very sharp, and are used defensively against predators, as well as other male turkeys to establish dominance. The appendages are typically 2 inches in length; the largest specimen on record measured at 2.25 inches.
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