Introducing the peacock, a majestic and iconic bird renowned for its stunning beauty and elaborate display!







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The Nicobar Pigeon (Caloenas nicobarica) is a species of pigeon native to the Nicobar Islands in the Indian Ocean, as well as other nearby islands and coastal regions of Southeast Asia.

It is known for its striking appearance, featuring shiny blue-green feathers, a shiny crest on their head, and a long tail with colorful spots.


Peafowls, including both peacocks and peahens, have an average lifespan of around 10 to 20 years in the wild.

However, in captivity, they may live longer, with some individuals reaching up to 25 years or more with proper care and conditions.

Weight & Diet

Peacocks, specifically male peafowls, typically weigh between 4 to 6 kilograms, while female peafowls, known as peahens, are slightly smaller, weighing around 2.5 to 4 kilograms.

As for their diet, peafowls are omnivores, meaning they eat a variety of foods. Their diet includes grains, seeds, insects, small reptiles, and vegetation such as leaves and berries.

Did You Know?

  • Peacocks are the males, while peahens are the females.
  • The peacock is the national bird of India.
  • Peacocks make loud honking sounds, but their full range of calls can't be heard by humans.
  • The vibrant colors of peacock feathers come from microscopic structures that reflect light.