Information about the Indian Peacock:
Indian Peafowl - also known as Common Peafowl or Blue Peafowl - is a colorful bird of the Phasianidae family. They are large, with a length from bill to tail of 40 to 46 inches (100 to 115 cm) and to the end of a fully grown train as much as 78 to 90 inches (195 to 225 cm) weighing 8.8-13.2 pounds (4–6 kg.) The female are smaller, more drab and lack the distinctive train of feathers of the males. These birds are native to the dry semi-desert grasslands, scrub and deciduous forests of the Indian Sub-Continent, although feral populations of these adaptable birds are found all over the planet - especially in areas with similar environments to their native range. It is an opportunistic feeder and will eat plant materials such as fruits and seeds, along with small mammals and reptiles. The males are larger and much more brightly colored. When courting males raise their plumage and quiver in hopes of attracting a mate.
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