Peacocks By Mia Krugman Tessler Peacock Body Parts Head, Train (Tail), Eyes, Legs, Feet, Beak, Neck. They are mostly green and blue. Their life span is 20 years. Their train or tail is used for mating. Peacock Food Cat Food, Cheese, Cooked Rice, Bread, Celery, Flower pedals, turkey pellets, Black Sunflower Seeds (Unshelled), Vegetables, Fruit. Fun Fact: Peacocks will probably eat everything you give them if they are the right foods. Flower pedals, Grains, Ants, Millipedes, Grass. Peacock Habitat A lot of space, must have tall trees, keep clean, Forest, Rain forest, (for domestic peacocks):must be kept In a cage when the babies are first brought home. They live near Asia, they live near the southern hemisphere. They live in India, Pakistan, Western china, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Africa, and Australia. Peacock Predators Their main predators are: Tigers, Leopards, and Mongoose. When they sense danger they fly and hide in trees. They spend nights in trees for the same reason. Peacock Eggs They hatch after 28 days. They are borne with perfect wings. They lay 4-6 eggs Peacock Young Baby peacocks are called peachicks. In a couple of days they can fly. A one day old peachick can walk, Eat, and drink without assistance. They are brown on their little heads. Other Facts About Peacocks Their real name is peafowl not peacock. Their scientific name is Pavo Cristatus. They are birds that can fly. A lot of them live in India. You can have them as a pet. Their family name is phasianidae. Their life span is 12-20 years. Male peafowls tails are longer than peahens. They can grow to be 5 feet tall.