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Chicken is called chicken. Turkey is called turkey. Other animals have different names when they are eaten as food.

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1. Buffalo  
2. Calf (Young Cow)  
3. Deer  
4. Goat   
5. Pig  
6. Pigeon  
7. Shark  
8. Sheep  
9. Snail  
10. Squid  

Quiz Answer Key and Fun Facts
1. Buffalo

Answer: Padwa

In India buffalo meat from a buffalo under 20 months of age is known as padwa (and as pado in nearby Nepal). Young buffalo are raised on an all- or nearly all-milk diet. Buffalo tend to have a lower fat content and are larger than cows. Over 40% of buffalo are raised in India.
2. Calf (Young Cow)

Answer: Veal

Calves that are used to produce veal are generally slaughtered at under one year of age. Milk or formula is an important part of their diet, although animal feed can play a role. Compared to beef, veal tends to have a lower fat content. Cutlets are often the form of veal used in various dishes.
3. Deer

Answer: Venison

In the past, "venison" used to refer to a wide variety of game mammals, although now it usually refers to deer or closely related animals. Venison can include many of the cuts and uses that can be found with beef. Venison also is often described as having a beef-like flavor.
4. Goat

Answer: Chevon

Chevon refers to the meat from adult goats. It is popularly used in the cuisines of many parts of the world, including southern Europe, Africa, and the Middle East. Compared to beef, chevon tends to be more savory and less sweet. In Portugal, chevon is a traditional Christmas Day dish.
5. Pig

Answer: Pork

Raising of pigs as a food source (pork) may date back over 7,000 years. Pork products include many preserved products (such as ham and bacon) as well as freshly served products. Pork is popular in several parts of the world including East Asia and Europe. Contrary to a popular marketing campaign, pork is usually classed as a red meat rather than a white meat.
6. Pigeon

Answer: Squab

Tasting similar to chicken, squab is the edible meat from a young (under four weeks) pigeon. Consumption of squab was somewhat more common in ancient and medieval cultures, although it is still eaten in some parts of the world (including Egypt). The relatively small amount of meat per pigeon makes squab more expensive than many other forms of meat.
7. Shark

Answer: Hakarl

Hakarl is a delicacy from Iceland that is made from the meat of a Greenland shark or similar shark. The meat is fermented and left to dry for several months as part of the curing process. Hakarl has a strong ammonia flavor because ammonia is used in the fermenting process.
8. Sheep

Answer: Mutton

Mutton is the meat from sheep over two years of age. China, Australia, and New Zealand are among the nations leading the world in sheep production. Greece and Serbia are among the leading nations of the world in mutton consumption. Mutton tends to be tougher and less expensive than lamb (meat from sheep under one year of age).
9. Snail

Answer: Escargot

Escargot refers to the meat from land snails. It is most commonly served as an appetizer. Important areas of escargot consumption include southern Europe and North Africa. Boiling and simmering are common ways to cook escargot. May 24 is "National Escargot Day" in the United States.
10. Squid

Answer: Calamari

Calamari is the name usually given to squid consumed as food. Frying is a common way to prepare calamari, although it can be cooked many other ways. Calamari is eaten in many parts of the world, including Asia, the Middle East, and southern Europe. Like many other molluscs, squids have a relatively high protein content.
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