INDIAN PEAFOWL (pavo cristatus)

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INDIAN PEAFOWL    

(pavo cristatus)  

ESTADO DE LA ESPECIE
                                  

 

UICN: Not at risk of extinction
                                  

CITES: not included


                                  

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CATÁLOGO ESPAÑOL DE ESPECIES EXÓTICAS INVASORAS:danger of becoming an endangered species
                                  

CATÁLOGO VALENCIANO DE ESPECIES AMENAZADAS DE FAUNA: not catalogued
  

      not endangered species but could become if not protected

        KINGDOM: Animalia.             PHYLUM: Chordata.
         CLASS: Aves.      
         ORDER: Galliformes.
         FAMILY: Phasianidae.
         GENUS: Pavo.
         DISTRIBUCION:
         Bangladesh, Buthán, India, Nepal,
         Sri Lanka , Pakistán.
         HABITAT: dense area and forests
        
         LENTH: 1 – 2 m.
         WEIGHT: 3 a 5 kg.
         LAY: 3 a 7 huevos.
         INCUBATION: 28 días.
         LIVE 15 YEARS

      The male and female are differnt the male has a big tail and shows it at the age of 3 they lose they loose the tail in fall.

       They will mate whith 5-6 females betwen spring and summer

       Their diet is fruit, seeds,plants,vegetables,insects,frogs and small reptiles.
       They can fly shot distances