Noun(1) European butterfly having reddish-brown wings each marked with a purple eyespot(2) male peafowl; having a crested head and very large fanlike tail marked with iridescent eyes or spots
(1) It should be noted that a peacock is a male peafowl and a peahen is a female peafowl.(2) Something began to scream at us harshly, and then we saw it was a peacock , like a displaced king, perched on the battered wall surrounding.(3) Far below them in the undergrowth, hare, jungle fowl along with peacock and quail, lived in harmony.(4) Without a doubt, the best wagglers are made from the tail feathers of the peacock .(5) We saw woodpeckers, a remote airplane in flight, and a peacock with its tail feathers fanned!(6) Like its relative the pheasant, the peacock prefers to run rather than fly, except in cases of sheer danger when it takes to the wing.(7) There is even the prospect that the human intellect might be a by-product of sexual selection, comparable to the peacock 's flamboyant tail feathers.(8) A feeder from Shanghai Zoo said the peacock was a two-year-and-a-half male and it may be raised by nearby residents.(9) The effect makes me think of a dark peacock which opens its tail feathers to reveal rich, vibrant colour.(10) Male peacocks shed and re-grow tail feathers each year.(11) Imported birds such as exotic pheasants, parrots and peacocks were very popular and were kept in aviaries to be bred or shown to important visitors.(12) Just beyond the bridge was a bird shop with a garden full of tall palms, and peacocks and pheasants in big cages.(13) The hospital has 272 cages and 13 wards in all; housing pigeons, peacocks , partridges, white eagles, ducks, love birds and rabbits in a three-storey building.(14) In springtime the display of the peacocks ' plumage is a very worthy sight, so I hope steps may be taken to increase their number.(15) We're just peacocks flaunting our tail feathers.(16) In some other species, such as peacocks , the female alone chooses her mate.
(1) the peacock :: påfuglen
1. peacock butterfly ::
Different Formspeacock, peacocks
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