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The Peacock is a pheasant known for its large, colorful tail of feathers. There are multiple peacock species, one native to India and Sri Lanka, one native to Java and Myanmar and one rare species native to the Congo in Africa. Used for mating and courtship rituals, the tail feathers are spread out in a unique train that accounts for more than 60% of the bird’s body length. These feathers are easy to recognize with their colorful “eye” markings of blue, red, gold and other colors.
Interestingly, the term Peacock is generally used to identify both male and females of this species. However only the males are actually called peacocks; females are called peahens and together they are peafowl. Their typically diet consists of insects, plans and small creatures.
Peacocks For Sale In Arizona
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