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Indian peafowl in habitat forested areas through eastern Pakistan through India, and south from the Himalayas to Sri Lanka.
Males and females are easily distinguished from one another. The males are a deep blue and have a beautiful 5-foot train of tail feathers while females have short tail feathers and more neutral coloring. Males are called peacocks, females are called peahens, and offspring are called peachicks. Together they are called peafowl.
Peafowl are usually solitary in the wild, only coming together for breeding.
Peafowl are very loud and have six alarm calls that both males and females make. The males have an additional seven they emit during territorial disputes.