Do turkeys have balls?


Turkeys have two active testes that are located within the body cavity in close proximity to the kidneys, according to veterinarian Linda Pesek. The testes are encased in a thin sheath.

In addition to manufacturing sperm, the testes produce the hormone testosterone that stimulates reproductive organ growth and supports auxiliary sexual attributes, such as courtship style and aggression. Male turkeys have a phallus that extends as part of the cloacal wall. The cloaca is an opening in turkeys that is used for reproduction, elimination and urination. Unlike the reproductive systems of most mammals, lymph fluids engorge the penis rather than blood.

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