Peacock, one of the most beautiful bird
MOON Desk: Though they can now be found fanning their fancy plumage in parks, farms, and zoos all over the world, peacocks are native to Asia. In India, where they originated, the birds are symbols of the Hindu religion and Indian royalty. Elsewhere, they are admired mostly because of their ornamental blue and green tail feathers but certainly not for their high-pitched “honking” vocalizations.
From fashionable feathers to their history as luxury meat, here are 11 facts you probably didn’t know about peacocks.
Peacock also called peafowl, any of three species of resplendent birds of the pheasant family, Phasianidae (order Galliformes). Strictly, the male is a peacock, and the female is a peahen; both are peafowl.
When it spreads its feather it is very angelic beauty. The man who loves beauty is always a devotee of peacock’s beauty. Peacock is beautiful both in inner sense and outer sense. The female of peacock is called a peahen.
Why peacock is a beautiful bird: It has a long beautiful neck. Its long feathers have moon-like spots. They are mixed with green, blue, yellow and golden colors. It has long legs and a crown.
What does peacock bird symbolize: While representing different meanings to different cultures, the peacock, with its unique beauty, makes it a handy symbol for power, strength, confidence, and even divinity, something with which most monarchs throughout history have wanted to be associated?
Can peacocks live in cold climates: Although they’re made for warmth, peacocks can adapt to chilly temperatures so long as they have shelter from the elements. They need protection from strong winds and freezing temperatures to survive cold climates. Exposure to extreme temperatures can reduce a peacock’s lifespan.
How long do peacocks live: Indian blue peafowl live for 10 to 25 years in the wild and in captivity. In Asia, their main natural predators are jungle cats, wild dogs, and mongooses. Elsewhere, they could be preyed on by raccoons, coyotes, wolves, and even domesticated dogs.
Why do peacocks dance in the rain: Peacocks’ mating season coincides with the monsoons in their native India. The animal doesn’t “dance” because or as a result of rain; it simply carries out its mating ritual in the wet season, around May.
What do peacock vocalizations mean: Different peacock vocalizations mean different things. The birds might let out an innocent squawk when entering their habitat to announce their presence or sound a loud alarm to warn others of predators. Peacocks are especially vocal during mating season, and their mating call sounds like a high-pitched hooting. Some facts of Peacocks are below:
The Peacocks you know are male.
Peacocks take years to develop colorful tail feathers.
Peahens are picky when choosing a mate.
Their crests are actually important sensors.
Peacocks have been symbolic throughout history.
They were once food for the wealthy.