The most obvious difference between male and female Indian peafowl is their coloration. Males are usually an iridescent shade of bright blue. ... Females, on the other hand, have much more subdued plumage. Their feathers tend to be either brown, gray or cream in color.
These fish can change colours within 8 seconds to match their surroundings, and frequently this gives them the blue and green design found on peacock birds. 2. Peacocks cannot swim. The peacocks do not have the webbed feet required of birds to be capable of our favourite activity- swimming!Aug 16, 2013
Yes, peacocks definitely fly. We have loads of them on our campus and I have seen many of them fly up to low-hanging tree branches and walls of hostels. But yes, they can't fly very far or very high in one go. I would suppose that their size and tail and small wings (relative to body) hinders them from flying too much.
Actually peacocks are omnivorous. They eat a variety of food including reptiles i.e snakes. They have been seen stalking and then eating snakes.
The blue peacock lives in India and Sri Lanka, while the green peacock is found in Java and Myanmar (Burma). A more distinct and little-known species, the Congo peacock, inhabits African rain forests. Peafowl such as the blue peacock have been admired by humans and kept as pets for thousands of years.