Here is some Thanksgiving Trivia for you to enjoy
The first Thanksgiving was celebrated in 1621 between the Wampanoag Indians and Colonists at Plymouth.
A female turkey is called a hen, while a male turkey is called a tom.
Benjamin Franklin lobbied to have a turkey chosen as our national bird instead of the eagle.
Only male turkeys gobble female turkeys peep.
The average turkey has between 3000 and 4000 feathers.
North Carolina produces the most turkeys for Thanksgiving dinner.
Wild turkeys can run at approximately 25 miles per hour and can fly at nearly 55 miles per hour.
Over 90% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving.
The piece of skin that hangs from a turkey’s neck is called a snood.