Phasianidae

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  • Paragraph On Peafowl

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    INTRODUCTION Indian peafowl also has as a scientific name Pavo Cristatus and they are showiest bird because of their beauty and beautiful iridescent blue-green feathers. Pauo and pauus are common name used for peafowl in Latin. Indian peafowl feather decorates the crest of lord Krishna, an avatar of Vishnu in Hinduism. The male referred as peacock and female as peahens. The male peafowl are known their bright color and patterns, but the female peahen describe as a mixture of dull colored also their

  • Observing And Interpreting A Wild Animal Can Be A Daunting But Fascinating Task

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    Observing and interpreting a wild animal can be a daunting but fascinating task. These undomesticated animals are typically extremely hard to find and even harder to keep track of. Thankfully for me, the Dickerson Park Zoo in Springfield, Missouri gives everyday Americans the chance to exist mere feet away from magnificent creatures such as elephants, lions, and giraffes. At this zoo, the Indian blue peafowl have the luxury of wandering around the entire grounds—except for inside the other animal

  • Persuasive Essay On Hunting

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    The first time I went hunting with my brothers Some people think spending the day in the woods is relaxing and peaceful. I used to think that too until I went turkey hunting. With my brothers it was frustrating, hard, and aggravating all at the same time because of the mistakes you’ll make it’s a life changing experience. It’ll get your blood pumping and your heart racing you’ll end up wanting to go turkey hunting more often then you think. You might think it’s a little insane to wake up at

  • The Bird And The Happiest Bird

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    The Crow and the Peacock Once there was a crow, who lived a happy and satisfied life in his village. One day the crow was flying along when he saw a beautiful white swan. Seeing the swan he thought, “This swan is so bright and I am so dark. He must be the happiest bird in the world” When the crow said this to the swan, the swan said, “I used to think that I was the happiest bird too until I saw a parrot. The parrot has 2 colors while I just have one. So he must be the happiest bird.” Taking the swan’s

  • Guinea Fowl Research Paper

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    The guinea hen also known as the guinea fowl is a type of wild bird. Guinea hen is a species of gallinaceous birds of the family numididae, which is original to Africa. The fowls develop their names from Guinea, part of the West Coast of Africa. The related to other game birds such as the pheasants, turkeys and partridges; they have a long history of domestication. According to Alfred J. Smuskiewicz, guinea fowl are plum roundish in bodies and have a range in length from sixteen to twenty-eight inches

  • Arctic National Park Research Paper

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    I had to pick a park and i chose the gates of the arctic national park because it really hooked me and interested me it sadly has no roads or trails bou is amazing also... You should give the gates of the arctic $10,000,000 because it is a sanctuary for animals and has been inhabited by many tribes. The gates of the arctic is very beautiful and is highly unpredictable. If you like adventures than this is the perfect place for you. The gates of the arctic national park is one of the last great wildlifes

  • Asia: the World's Largest and Most Popular Continent

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    ASIA Asia is the world's largest and most populous continent, located primarily in the eastern and northern hemispheres. It covers 8.7% of the Earth's total surface area (or 30% of its land area) and with approximately 3.9 billion people, it hosts 60% of the world's current human population. During the 20th century Asia's population nearly quadrupled. Asia is generally defined as comprising the eastern four-fifths of Eurasia. It is located to the east of the Suez Canal and the Ural Mountains, and

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