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PeacockThe Peacock is large member of the pheasant family. The males are referred to as Peacocks, and the females as peahens. The MALE has a vibrate array of colors with a fanning colorful tail.They can include colors of black, green, blue, gray, red, and orange. They can be displayed in a train that travels behind the body of the bird. The markings can be very different for each Peacock too.
There are three species of this bird. They are among the easiest species of birds to raise so they are often kept as pets.

The Peacock is found in many locations including Burma, Indian, and Sri Lanka. They tend to live in locations that offer them access to low trees and plants. They also live in regions where they have access to farm grounds for feeding as well. They tend to do better in warmer regions but they can survive in cooler temperatures.