Gallery description : pheasant

Peacock (pavo cristatus) is an animal of the bird type. It inhabits desert and savanna areas. The animal weights about 2.7kg - 6kg (6lbs - 13.2lbs) and average life span is 12 - 20 years. Dogs, raccoon, tiger, wild cats predators are dangerous for peacocks. See the table below to learn more information.

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Facts about peacocks
NamePeacock
GenusPavo
Life Span12 - 20 years
TypeBird
HabitatDesert and savanna areas
Main PreyGrains, seeds, insects
Average Clutch Size6
Conservation StatusLeast concern
FamilyPhasianidae
Scientific NamePavo cristatus
Wing Span120cm - 300cm (47in - 118in)
Size (L)86cm - 107cm (34in - 42in)
PhylumChordata
DietOmnivore
KingdomAnimalia
Distinctive FeaturesLong tail feathers and colourful tail of males
Top Speed16km/h (10mph)
ClassAves
PredatorsDogs, raccoon, tiger, wild cats
Skin TypeFeathers
LifestyleSolitary
ColourBrown, blue, green, grey
Weight2.7kg - 6kg (6lbs - 13.2lbs)
OrderGalliformes
Image Details
Description Pheasant. Pheasant, (female or immature), study 2, Griggs Park
Width 1216 pixels
Heigh 757 pixels
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