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Such beautiful white feathers to contrast with this turkey's red head and wattle. My oh my! Is this sort of albinism common?
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According to DNR biologists, white turkeys are rare -- but depending on what kind of white. It's estimated about 1 in 100 wild turkeys are considered smoke gray, while true albino turkeys are one in 100,000
 
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I found an answer through Google:

According to DNR biologists, white turkeys are rare -- but depending on what kind of white. It's estimated about 1 in 100 wild turkeys are considered smoke gray, while true albino turkeys are one in 100,000

MMmmm .... I love smoked turkey! 🚬 🦃
 
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