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A Few Fowl Facts: Peafowls

A Few Fowl Facts: Peafowls

A Few Fowl Facts:

Peafowls

Peafowls are members of the pheasant (Phasianinae) family and can be divided into three species: the Indian Peafowl (Pavo cristat), the Green Peafowl (Pavo muticus) and the Congo Peafowl (Afropavo congensis). A little-known fact about peafowl is that the male is actually called a peacock, the female is called a peahen, and the babies are called peachicks. Peafowl’s living in the wild live an average of 20 years and are some of the largest flying birds, reaching sizes of up to 6.5 feet including their tail train.

 

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