How Long Does a Pheasant Live?

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Pheasants, in a suitable environment, can live for a period of up to 27 years. This species of bird is larger than most game birds as the average male pheasant can weigh up to 1.5kg and about 91cm long while the female can weigh up to 907g and average 52cm in length.
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