Where do peacocks originate from?


Peacocks are native to Southern Asia and the East Indies. Nowadays, the bird can be found in some areas in Africa. The most common species is known as Pavo Cristatus, but there is a more beautifully coloured species known as the Javan peacock.
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Peacocks or peafowl originate from the continent of Asia. The official bird of India is the peacock, and the same goes for Punjab people that live in Pakistan. You can find more information here: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Peafowl
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