Turkeys are a large game bird native to North America and can be identified by their fan-shaped tail feathers, bald heads and red wattle that hangs from their neck. Female turkeys are referred to as hens, while males are known as toms. Typically domesticated as a poultry food source, turkeys are traditionally famous for serving during festive occasions such as Thanksgiving and Christmas.
The typical Turkey has an overall height of 48.0" (122 cm) and body length of 46.0" (117 cm). An average Turkey weighs between 17-30 lb (7.7-13.6 kg) and has a typical lifespan of 1.5-1.75 years (farm); 10 (wild).