Peacock Habitat?

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Peacock's habitat is in deciduous rain forests and areas that are near water. They are native to India, Burma and Congo and are omnivorous birds. In the wild they make very shallow nests in the undergrowth of the forest and live for about 18 years.
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The peacock's habitat is supposed to be a natural environment so that it grows up healthy. Peacocks inhabit the deciduous rainforests and tropical forest areas. They usually make low nests and place them in the undergrowth of the forest.
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