Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

Will Turkeys Survive?

Collapse
X
 
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

    Will Turkeys Survive?

    Many, many times I have seen turkeys nonchalantly traipsing about in the wild, seemingly with nary a care. Will these gentle creatures survive the massive search for food that will surely accompany the collapse?

    Last edited by gamgee; 11-22-2015, 12:29 PM. Reason: Spelling, okay?
    I don't know.

    #2
    A turkey is one of the closest descendants to the Velociraptor.

    Which if you have seen Jurassic Park seems like a simple answer. But sometimes the truth hurts.


    Velociraptor, the fearsome dinosaur made famous in the Jurassic Park films, had feathers and probably more closely resembled a big turkey than the killer screen dinosaur, scientists have discovered.
    Velociraptor, which was much smaller in real life than its screen version, was a one-metre tall, two-legged predator that lived more than 70m years ago. Equipped with large claws on each leg, it was a close relative to the earliest birds.
    http://www.todayifoundout.com/index....ors-was-a-lie/
    http://www.theguardian.com/science/2007/sep/21/1
    Textually Active

    Comment


      #3
      Originally posted by Harry Henderson View Post
      A turkey is one of the closest descendants to the Velociraptor.

      Which if you have seen Jurassic Park seems like a simple answer. But sometimes the truth hurts.




      http://www.todayifoundout.com/index....ors-was-a-lie/
      http://www.theguardian.com/science/2007/sep/21/1
      Didn't they all die?
      I don't know.

      Comment


        #4
        I don't think they stand much of a chance. Poor little guys...

        turkeys and deer 2.jpg

        turkey in field.jpg





        .

        Comment


          #5
          Very little survives an asteroid impact. This is why most major survival sites sell and/or encourage impalpably overweight backpacks to escape the impact zone. At least then you can die outside the impact zone when you friend runs out of Mountain House Pasta Fantastico and decides to eat you.

          The only extant dinosaur is presently the crocodilia family, though like many the smaller individuals survived and so the species is smaller than previously recorded. If man co-existed with dinosaurs, this theory bodes well for the ancient ruins containing giant human remains.
          Textually Active

          Comment


            #6
            Originally posted by gamgee View Post
            Many, many times I have seen turkeys nonchalantly traipsing about in the wild, seemingly with nary a care. Will these gentle creatures survive the massive search for food that will surely accompany the collapse?

            Not as individuals, no. But their aroma will linger for always.

            Comment


              #7
              Well the Wild Turkey here is difficult to hunt as in most places.

              Coyote population growth has had an impact on turkey numbers. I've heard from friends that the believe tortoises eating turkey eggs is hurting them too.

              Gamgee trying hunting them and then see what you think.

              Comment


                #8
                Originally posted by bowclan View Post
                Well the Wild Turkey here is difficult to hunt as in most places.

                Coyote population growth has had an impact on turkey numbers. I've heard from friends that the believe tortoises eating turkey eggs is hurting them too.

                Gamgee trying hunting them and then see what you think.

                I've never hunted turkey. I would like to one day.
                I don't know.

                Comment


                  #9
                  Originally posted by gamgee View Post


                  I've never hunted turkey. I would like to one day.
                  Well if you decide to it's fun. Lots of prep work. Sure someone could just walk in the woods and bag a LEGAL one with lots of luck.

                  But, being a successful Turkey Hunter takes lots of dedication and planning strategy.

                  Comment


                    #10


                    Originally posted by bowclan View Post

                    Well if you decide to it's fun. Lots of prep work. Sure someone could just walk in the woods and bag a LEGAL one with lots of luck.

                    But, being a successful Turkey Hunter takes lots of dedication and planning strategy.
                    Are there illegal turkeys out there? Can you tell them apart by their furtive glances?
                    I don't know.

                    Comment


                      #11
                      bee wary of the ones in burkas gamgee
                      "Virtute et armis"

                      Girls play with dolls. Men play with dead animals

                      https://www.uso.org

                      Islam is right about women

                      sde: Because it was trolling and by damn God, that's what we fucking do here. Always have, always will

                      #learn2code

                      Epstein didn't kill himself & neither did Qassem Soleimani

                      Eric Ciaramella is the whistle blower

                      Comment


                        #12
                        lol, Swampbilly is correct no burka ones.. Only bearded ones, which there are some bearded females so transgender turkey are legal

                        Comment

                        Working...
                        X