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Carissa Rivera

on 16 October 2012

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A peacocks feathers are more than 60% of its total body length. The feathers are usually a mixture of blue, green, gold, & purple. Technically only males are called Peacocks. The males colorful feathers are called "ocelli." A peacock shimmies and shakes his tail feathers when a peahen likes him. They shed their feathers annually before breeding season. Peacocks usually don't get their feathers until they are three years old. Peacocks Peahens are female peacocks. Peahens choose their mate based on the size, color, and quality of it's feathers. Peahens together are called "peafowl." A peahens feathers are not as vivid as a peacocks. On average a peahen is said to be able to lay 6-8 eggs at a time. Which take about 30 days to hatch. Peahens Blue peacocks live in India and Siri Lanka, while green peacocks live in Java and Myanmar. Congo peacocks inhabit African rainforests. These birds life expectancy is about 30 years. Habitat Resources A peacock/peahen should have as much room as possible to roam around. Keeping them inclosed in a small area will make them very unhappy. A peacock should be fed grains such as: cracked corn, wheats, chopped vegetables, and greens. Peacocks prefer a quite and peaceful environment. They don't associate well with loud surroundings. These birds are very territorial! How To Raise Peacock/Peahen http://www.ehow.com/facts_7197947_interesting-peacocks.html ‘
http://scienceray.com/biology/zoology/albino-peacock/ By Carissa Rivera Peacocks
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