The Indian Blue peacock is the most well-known and widely recognized peacock breed. It has iridescent blue-green plumage, with a striking train of long, colorful tail feathers.
Native to Southeast Asia, the Green peacock is known for its striking green and bronze plumage. The male's train is shorter and less colorful compared to the Indian Blue.
Native to the Congo Basin in Africa, the Congo peacock is known for its distinctive, iridescent blue plumage. It has a unique appearance compared to other peacock breeds.
This subspecies of the Green peacock is native to the island of Java in Indonesia. It features a combination of green and metallic blue plumage.
Native to Burma (Myanmar), the Burmese peacock has striking blue-green plumage with a distinctive white patch on its neck.
Although not a true peacock, this species native to Palawan in the Philippines is known for its beautiful and intricate plumage patterns.
This subspecies of the Indian Blue peacock is native to Sri Lanka. It is similar in appearance to the Indian Blue but may have slight variations in coloration.
Also known as the Java Green peacock, this subspecies of the Green peacock is native to the Indonesian island of Java. It has green and black plumage.