World Tallest Peacock: P. Devadharshini, who was born on February 6, 2003, lives in Tiruvallur, Tamil Nadu. Her peacock rangoli is five metres tall and five metres wide. The record will be officially confirmed on August 3, 2021. However, there are a number of other peacock records that are more impressive.
Indian peacock: World Tallest Peacock
|Height: 46 inches (3.8 ft)||Weight: 9-13 pounds||Wingspan: 1.4-1.6 m|
Peacocks are native to the Indian subcontinent and the island nation of Ceylon. They are also found in Java and Myanmar. The Congo peacock is native to the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Peacocks are well adapted to warm climates and spend the most of their lives on the ground. They are well known for their prowess in protecting villages against poisonous snakes.
Green peacock: World Tallest Peacock
|Height: 2.9-4.1 ft||Weight: 3.8-5 kg||Wingspan: 1.2 m (3 ft 11 in)|
The Green Peacock is the tallest peacock in the world, at a staggering six feet tall. The feathers of this majestic bird, which serves as Burma’s national emblem, are believed to protect people from harm and natural calamities. The three main types of peafowl are the Blue Peacock, which lives in India, the Green Peacock, and the Congo Peacock, which lives in the African rainforests.
Congo peacock: World Tallest Peacock
|Height: 3.16-3.5 ft||Weight: 1.5 kg||Wingspan: 310-330 mm in length.|
The Congo peacock is the tallest of all peacocks and stands at more than 2 feet high. Its plumage is chestnut brown with black markings on its belly. It is about 24 inches long. This species of peacock is primarily a diurnal bird. It can fly, but not for long, and lives in groups. During mating season, Congo peacocks will split into pairs and spread their tail and wings.
Congo peacock status
Due to habitat degradation and hunting, the Congo peacock is a rare and endangered species. Overhunting and habitat destruction have destroyed its limited number over the past few decades. In the wild, there are still 10,000–20,000 mature peacocks. Due to its endanger status, conservation efforts focused on restoring its habitat and reducing hunting pressure.
Male Congo peacock
The Male Congo peacock is the tallest of all peacocks, and it is native to parts of Africa. Unlike most peacocks, it does not display covert feathers during courtship displays. Instead, it uses its actual tail feathers to display its feelings and emotions. Its feathers are shorter and have smaller ocelli than the Indian peacock. The male peacock has 200 feathers, called a “train,” and its tail has eyespots.
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