Posted on June 30, 2017
By Noelle M. Brooks
Ocellated turkeys lack the chest tuft and the wattles of the North American species and the bare skin of their heads is blue instead of red.
Sources: (Heinrichs, 2010; Taylor, Quigley, & Gonzalez, 2002; Weyer, 1983)
Image: Nathan Rupert
Category: FaunaFacts, Ocellated Turkey Tags: Animal, Animals, Fact, Wildlife
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