Video shows live turkey watching one being cooked for Thanksgiving

‘It’s OKyou don’t know him’: Viral TikTok video that shows a LIVE turkey watching another bird bake in the oven on Thanksgiving sparks online debateas critics call it ‘pure evil

  • クリップ, which was shared by TikTok user @our10acres, has gained more than 40 million views since it was posted on Thursday
  • It showed a live turkey eyeing one that was being baked in the oven
  • 「この壮大な夕日からの光の中で, a woman could be heard assuring the birth, 言って: ‘It’s OK, you don’t know him
  • Some viewers claimed the animal didn’t know that the food that was cooking was one of his own species, and others said it was ‘pure evilto let him see that
  • After receiving a lot of backlash for the post, the creator explained that the bird was not traumatized – 代わりに, he was mad he couldn’t eat the cooked turkey
  • A viral video that shows a live turkey watching one being cooked for 感謝祭 has sparked a major debate between viewerswith some calling it ‘pure evil.

    クリップ, which was shared on チクタク by a user that goes by @our10acres, has gained more than 40 million views since it was posted on Thursday, 11月 25.

    初期化, a live turkey could be seen eyeing one that was being baked in the oven, before turning and looking towards the camera.

    ‘Whatcha doing bub?’ その女, who was filming the bird, could be heard saying. ‘It’s OK, you don’t know him.

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    A viral video that showed a live turkey watching one being cooked for Thanksgiving has sparked a major debate between viewers - with some calling it 'pure evil'

    A viral video that showed a live turkey watching one being cooked for Thanksgiving has sparked a major debate between viewerswith some calling it ‘pure evil

    クリップ, which was posted to TikTok by a user that goes by @our10acres, has gained more than 40 million views since it was posted on Thursday, 11月 25

    クリップ, which was posted to TikTok by a user that goes by @our10acres, has gained more than 40 million views since it was posted on Thursday, 11月 25

    初期化, a live turkey could be seen eyeing one that was being baked in the oven, before turning and looking towards the camera

    'Whatcha doing bub?' the woman, who was filming the bird, could be heard saying. 'It's OK, you don't know him'

    初期化, a live turkey could be seen eyeing one that was being baked in the oven, while a woman could be heard saying, ‘It’s OK, you don’t know him

    Many people flooded the comment section with their thoughts, and while some claimed the animal didn’t know that the food that was cooking was one of his own species, others said it was ‘pure evilto let him see that.

    ‘That’s messed up,’ 一人が書いた, with another adding, ‘THE HORROR.

    ‘You just gonna cook his homie in front of him?’ a third TikTok user asked. 4番目は書いた, ‘This is a special kind of twisted… アリヤ・オドフィンは彼らの黒人の僕に辞任をもたらし、, I’m just cooking up one of your friends, here have a look! なんてこったい?’

    ‘Imagine cooking a human in front of a human and [言って], “大丈夫です, you don’t know him,”‘ 私は5フィート-11でした.

    ‘Something about this feels criminal,’ 1人のTikTokユーザーがコメントしました.

    Others said it was ‘seriously demented.’ 別の質問, ‘Does the turkey even understand that that’s a turkey in the oven though?’

    After receiving a lot of backlash for the post, the creator explained in the comment section that the bird, who is named Big Red, was not traumatized – 代わりに, he was mad he couldn’t eat the cooked turkey.

    ‘Just adding, Big Red was NOT traumatized. He was mad I wouldn’t let him eat it,’ 彼女は書いた.

    ‘Chickens and other birds will eat themselves and each other if you let them,’ one viewer responded.

    The video sparked a major debate between viewers, and while some claimed the animal didn't know that the food that was cooking was one of his own species, others said it was 'pure evil'

    The video sparked a major debate between viewers, and while some claimed the animal didn’t know that the food that was cooking was one of his own species, others said it was ‘pure evil

    After receiving a lot of backlash for the post, the creator explained that the bird, who is named Big Red, was not traumatized - 代わりに, he was mad he couldn't eat the cooked turkey

    After receiving a lot of backlash for the post, the creator explained that the bird, who is named Big Red, was not traumatized – 代わりに, he was mad he couldn’t eat the cooked turkey

    ‘The ones upset are the same ones who are going to be eating turkey today,’ one other message read.

    While some people fought over whether or not the turkey understood what was happening, others used the opportunity to make jokes about the situation.

    ‘Is that you Jerry?’ 一人が書いた, alongside some laughing emojis.

    ‘Wait a minute. Is that my cousin?’ 別の冗談.

    報告によると, turkeys will eat other turkeys in their flock if they are underfed, or in an attempt to show dominance.

    ‘Birds will show cannibalistic behavior when they are crowded or feed-restricted,’ The Poultry Site 報告.

    ‘Flock behavior and inter-bird dynamics often include aggression of birds toward each other, which can ultimately result in injury.