Is Corn and Cob the turkeys albino?
Or are they a different breed of turkey then is common?
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Corn and Cob are "wide breasted white domestic turkeys". In the US, domestic turkeys are bred for food consumption; most are white but there are also bronze, red, black and other colors.
Being bred for food consumption they are considerably different than wild turkeys. For example, domestic turkeys are bred to maximize the more-wanted white (breast) meat and are substantially heavier than wild turkeys and hence are flightless.
No. If they were albino, they would be entirely white, except for their eyes. Do you think that the turkey who pardoned them will get the same treatment?