Peacocks generally don’t get taller than three feet. The wing span, however, can get up to 6 feet across, and the males’ magnificent train of tail feathers are usually no longer than sixty inches. From head to tail, the male peacocks can get up to seven feet when in full breeding plumage. When in this state, males can also weigh up to 13 or 14 pounds.
Peacocks can get up to over 3 feet high and an adult peacock’s plumage of tail feathers can reached sixty inches in length.
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