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Peacock Flounder

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The peacock flounder is much different than a chick; in fact, it's a fish; flying creatures do well in an aviary; they're safe, contained cages. Peafowl usually live in small family groups which consist of one male and several females. Peafowl are polygamous and one male can mate from four to five females. Peahens do not lay eggs during their first year. The peacock flounder is much different than a chick; in fact, it's a fish; flying creatures do well in an aviary; they're safe, contained cages.

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Peacock Flounder

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Peahens are able to lay eggs after two or three years of their life. Usually they lay from 6 to 10 eggs. The eggs of these birds are light brown in color and are similar in size to turkey eggs. If the eggs will be taken away from the nest, the mature female may lay one more clutch of eggs. The peacock flounder is much different than a chick; in fact, it's a fish; flying creatures do well in an aviary; they're safe, contained cages.

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