Green peafowls are one of the three species of peafowls in existence; of the three, they are the largest.
Green peafowls also go by Javanese Green peafowls, Javanese peafowls, Java Greens, or Indonesian peafowl.
The green peafowl is a peafowl breed native to Indonesia; hence, people call it the Indonesian peafowl.
Green peafowls are primarily tropical or subtropical birds. You will find them in various biomes, including shrublands, forests, savannas, and farmlands.
As their name implies, green peafowls have a green, iridescent, scale-like plumage. Alongside the green feathers, their wings have some blue coloration.
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