The Indian Peafowl or Blue Peafowl (Pavo cristatus) is a large peacock native to South Asia. Men are primarily blue with glossy iridescent blue head, neck as well as breast decorate with a fan-shaped crest of spatula-tipped wire-like feathers. Women lack the train, as well as have a green reduced neck and also brown plumage.
Males gauge around 100 to 115 centimeters (40 to 46 inches) from bill to tail of 100 to 115 centimeters (40 to 46 inches) and also weigh 4– 6 kg (8.8– 13.2 lbs).
The women, or peahens, are smaller at around 95 cm (38 inches) in length and weigh 2.75– 4 kg (6– 8.8 pounds). Indian peafowl Preys on seeds as well as pests.