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Peacock-The glory of the Gods

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  • 1. Peacock Pavo cristatus Indian Peafowl
  • 2. ‘The glory of the God’
    • Peacock, The national bird of India, is also the vehicle of Karthikeya-the God of War, Saraswati- The Goddess of learning and Subrahmanya-The God of Yogic powers.
    • In the jungle it is the first bird to sound the alarm at the approach of a Tiger or a Leopard.
    • Male green peafowl (Pavo Muticus) can be crossed with peahen to produce a hybrid called ‘Spalding’.
    • A male Peacock is one of the largest flying birds. Peafowl can live up to 20 years and are omnivores.
    • They have been kept as pets for thousands of years.
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    • The magnificent train feathers of a Peacock can fan out and are used during courtship rituals. Where the size & color influence the female in choosing its mate. Peacocks can mate with more than one peahen in one breeding season.
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  • 11. Links
    • This Jaipur
    • Karan’s Guesthouse
    • This Pinkcity …in 1000 words

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