There are really only two species of turkey. The Ocellated turkey, which is not native to the United States, and the Wild Turkey. On Thanksgiving in the U.S., most of us eat a domesticated form of the Wild turkey (and some of us drink “Wild Turkey”!). Ninety percent of U.S. households have turkey on Thanksgiving.
This question is fine for one intending on doing research that shows the impacts from eating the most popular type of turkey (on climate change, for instance.), as well as additional types. It’s great for setting up an experiment. The question that needs to go along with this question, however, in order to make this a “green” question is, “How does eating turkey effect the environment around us?”
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