The peacock is one of the most beautiful birds with wings. The peacock is a species of bird in the genera Pavo and Afropavo of the partridge family Phasianidae.
Male peacocks have tail feathers that can be developed to attract female peacocks when the breeding season arrives. The male peacock spreads its wings in front of the female to make it look bigger and stronger. When the peacock spreads its wings, it is as if the peacock has transformed into a large fowl with a sturdy body.
The feathers on the peacock are the main attraction. These feathers span approximately 60 percent of the total body length of the peacock which has eye-like patterns in blue, gold, red and more.
The long and beautiful tail feathers of the peacock serve to attract the attention of the opposite sex. The female peacock is believed to choose her mate based on the size, color, and quality of the feathers.
In the bird world, the peacock is called the most beautiful bird because it has colorful feathers, beautiful motifs, and has a crown on its head.
The peacock has three species, including the Indian peacock (Pavo cristatus), the green peacock (Pavo muticus), and the Congo peacock (Afropavo congensis). Of the many types of peacocks, there is one of the most interesting. This peacock is known as the white peacock or albino peacock.