Q: What does a peacock’s diet consist of?
BG: Peacocks eat grains, insects, small reptiles and mammals, berries, wild figs, and some cultivated crops.
Q: How long is the incubation period for a peacock?
BG: A peacock’s incubation period is 28 days and the clutch size ranges from 3-12 eggs.
Q: What has given peacocks an excellent chance of survival?
BG: During the Roman times and the Middle Ages, peacocks were considered a status symbol because of their striking appearance. This paved the way for a long and close association with humans giving them an excellent chance of survival.