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Turkey trivia quiz

1. Most people know that Americans celebrate Thanksgiving, but they are not alone. What event is held in the Virgin Islands on October 25?

A. A Thanksgiving Day to rejoice at the end of the hurricane season

B. A Thanksgiving Day to celebrate the end of the harvest season.

C. A Thanksgiving Day to mark the beginning of the harvest season

D. There is no such event except in QuizQueen’s imagination.

A. A Thanksgiving Day to rejoice in the end of the hurricane season

QQ: The Virgin Islands celebrate Thanksgiving on October 25 to rejoice at the end of the hurricane season. That is certainly something to celebrate!

2. Where do turkeys come from?

A turkey

B. Europe

C. South America

D. Antarctica

C. South America

QQ: Turkeys were not introduced to Europe from the Spanish colonies in South America until 1523. However, in 1524, turkeys, imported from South America, were eaten at the court of King Henry VIII of England.

3. Thanksgiving is also a legal holiday in Canada. When it falls

A. Second Monday in October

B. Second Thursday in October

C. Second Monday in November

D. Second Thursday in November

A. Second Monday in October

QQ: Because Canada is north of the United States, your harvest occurs at the beginning of the year. Consequently, the Thanksgiving holiday falls earlier in Canada than in the United States. The Canadian Parliament reserved November 6 for the annual Thanksgiving Day celebrations in 1879. In 1957, the date was changed to an even earlier day, the second Monday in October.

4. Who originally domesticated the turkey?

A. The Turks

B. Mexicans

C. The Chinese

D. The Vulcans

B. Mexicans

QQ: The turkey was originally domesticated in Mexico. The ocellated turkey is native to the Yucatan Peninsula in Mexico and the adjacent Guatemala and Belize.

5. What month is National Turkey Lovers Month?

A. May

B. June

C. November

D. December

B. June

QQ: Hah, I bet a lot of people got it wrong! June is National Turkey Lover Month, after all, June is Lover Month, right?

6. Benjamin Franklin, who proposed the turkey as the official bird of the United States, was dismayed when the bald eagle was chosen over the turkey. Why?

A. He loved eating turkey and wanted everyone to love it too.

B. I thought the turkey was much more respectable.

C. He said that the bald eagle had a bad moral character.

D. The turkey was a true native of America.

E. They are all true

F. None is true

G. A, B and C are true

H. B, C and D are true

H. B, C and D are true

PQ: You may have loved to eat turkey, but after the selection was made, Franklin wrote to his daughter, referring to the eagle’s “bad moral character,” saying, “I wish the bald eagle hadn’t been chosen as our representative. The turkey is a much more respectable bird and also a true native of America! “

7. What image of Thanksgiving dates back to the ancient harvest festivals?

A candle

B. Cornucopia

C. Pilgrim hat

D. Turkey

B. Cornucopia

QQ: The cornucopia (a horn-shaped basket brimming with fruits and vegetables) is a typical emblem of Thanksgiving abundance dating back to ancient harvest festivals. Many of the images commonly associated with Thanksgiving are derived from much older traditions of celebrating the fall harvest.

8. Can turkeys fly?

A. Only domestic

B. Only the savages

C. All turkeys can fly

D. No turkey can fly

B. Only the savages

QQ: Domesticated turkeys cannot fly. Wild turkeys can fly short distances of up to 55 miles per hour and can run 20 miles per hour.

9. Although the US leads when it comes to turkey consumption (who knows if it’s Thanksgiving that puts us at the top), which country ranks second?

In France

B. Italy

C. Germany

D. United Kingdom

In France

QQ: This was a difficult question, because according to the USDA, the French, Italians, Germans and British follow the consumption of turkey in the United States (in that order).

10. Although it is often related to Christmas, Kwanzaa is most closely related to which holiday?

A. St. Patrick’s Day

B. Halloween

C. Thanksgiving

D. Valentine’s Day

C. Thanksgiving

QQ: Come on, even if you didn’t know that Kwanzaa was Swahili for “first fruits”, this is a quiz on the theme of Thanksgiving! Kwanzaa has its roots in the ancient African celebrations of the harvest of the first fruits from which it takes its name. However, its modern history begins in 1966 when it was developed by the African-American academic and activist Maulana Karenga.

11. When Neil Armstrong and Edwin Aldrin sat down to eat their first meal on the moon, what did their foil food packages contain?

A. Roast turkey and all trimmings

B. Spaghetti and meatballs

C. Hot dogs and beans

D. Peanut butter and jelly

A. Roast turkey and all trimmings

PQ: If you made a mistake, see the title of the questionnaire.

12. What Jewish holiday could be associated with Thanksgiving?

A. Shabuoth

B. Easter

C. Hanukah

D. Yom Kippur

A. Shabuoth

QQ: Shabuoth or Shavuoth, also the Feast of Weeks or Pentecost, is celebrated in late spring during the Hebrew month of Sivan, seven weeks after Easter. In biblical times, the feast was a thanksgiving for the grain harvest. Later tradition associates the holiday with the giving of the Law on Mount Sinai.

13. Who eats in the turkey family?

To all

B. Adult turkeys only, no chicks

C. I only took turkeys

D. Only hens turkeys

C. Tom turkeys only

PQ: Only male turkeys are swallowed. The hen turkeys make a click. Click. Click.

14. The custom of watching football games on Thanksgiving Day also evolved during the first decades of the 20th century. Many Americans digest their Christmas food while watching soccer games on television. Traditionally, what two teams in the National Football League (NFL) host games on Thanksgiving?

A. Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys

B. Carolina Panthers and Miami Dolphins

C. Jacksonville Jaguars and Cincinnati Bengals

D. Houston Oilers and Cleveland Browns

A. Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys

QQ: The high audience for these Christmas games has made soccer an American Thanksgiving tradition. Another Retail Strike Against America! And for your soccer trivia, the Carolina Panthers, Jacksonville Jaguars, and Houston Oilers couldn’t be part of any longstanding tradition, as the Panthers and Jaguars were part of the 1995 NFL expansion and the Oilers. they moved to Tennessee in 1997 to become the Titans.

15. What is the turkey trot?

A. A ragtime dance

B. The step of a horse

C. A game of cards

D. The way a turkey runs

A. A ragtime dance

QQ: The ragtime turkey trot dance is characterized by a springy walk with the feet wide apart and a rocking movement of the shoulders up and down.

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