What Is a Peacocks Natural Habitat?

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Peacock natural habitat is in India and Sri Lanka's lowlands and foot hills. They naturally prefer bushy areas in park like areas which they use as refuge when danger arises. Peacock can fly up very quickly in times of danger.
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