Cottbus, Germany. 13th June, 2016. ARCHIVE - Two male blue peacocks (Pavo cristatus) fight for their territory in the animal park in Cottbus, Germany, 13 June 2016. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMG3Y08KCottbus, Germany. 13th June, 2016. ARCHIVE - Two male blue peacocks (Pavo cristatus) fight for their territory in the animal park in Cottbus, Germany, 13 June 2016. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa/Alamy Live News
Two peacocks fight in a park in the Indian capital New Delhi April 11, 2001. The peacock, designated by the government as India's national bird, is one of 1,288 species of birds that live across the country.
RM2D44YNMTwo peacocks fight in a park in the Indian capital New Delhi April 11, 2001. The peacock, designated by the government as India's national bird, is one of 1,288 species of birds that live across the country.
Cottbus, Germany. 13th June, 2016. ARCHIVE - Two male blue peacocks (Pavo cristatus) fight for their territory in the animal park in Cottbus, Germany, 13 June 2016. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMG3Y08JCottbus, Germany. 13th June, 2016. ARCHIVE - Two male blue peacocks (Pavo cristatus) fight for their territory in the animal park in Cottbus, Germany, 13 June 2016. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa/Alamy Live News
Cottbus, Germany. 13th June, 2016. ARCHIVE - Two male blue peacocks (Pavo cristatus) fight for their territory in the animal park in Cottbus, Germany, 13 June 2016. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa/Alamy Live News
RMG3Y08ECottbus, Germany. 13th June, 2016. ARCHIVE - Two male blue peacocks (Pavo cristatus) fight for their territory in the animal park in Cottbus, Germany, 13 June 2016. Photo: Patrick Pleul/dpa/Alamy Live News