The peacock is a medium-sized bird known for its stunning and colorful plumage with stunning patterns.
A peacock’s lifespan depends on many factors, such as diet and living conditions.
Peacocks live longer in captivity, mainly because they are protected from predators and because their owners also give them a better and more consistent diet.
Because they cannot fly far or run fast to escape predators, peacocks make easy prey to larger wild animals, such as tigers or leopards.
In the Wild
Peacocks live for a long time; this is an important factor that potential owners need to consider before taking one of these birds home.