Where Do Peacocks Come from?

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Peacocks are birds that are a member of the pheasant family. The common peacock known as the blue or Indian peacock originally came from Sri Lanka, southern India and Pakistan. They also have feral colonies in Hawaii, New Zealand and California.
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Peacocks aren't rare, you just don't see them in the U.S. much outside of zoos. They live
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Peacocks can live in many places like India, Pakistan, East Asia and Central Africa. Peacocks can live mostly anywhere unless they have the right enviroment and shelter.
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pride of peacocks, a muster of peacocks, or an ostentation of peacocks. Source(s) http://www.ucgc.org/terms-for-collection….
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The male is called a peacock, the female a peahen, originating from the Indian subcontinent & Burma.
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The beautiful and colorful Peacock originally came from India and Southern Asia. Their bright feathers are used for decorations in many countries. They are also the Holy bird of Hara
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