Where does a peacock lay eggs?

Answer After laying a series of unfertilized "decoy" eggs at different locations throughout the forest, the peahen (female peacock) lays her brood eggs in a rough nest made up of a scratched dirt hole and... Read More »

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How many eggs does the peacock lay?

The bird that we normally refer to as a "peacock" is the male of the peafowl species. Each year, a mature female peafowl (called a "peahen") typically lays between five and 10 eggs per clutch. If t... Read More »

How long does it take for peacock eggs to hatch?

A male peafowl is called a peacock, while a female is called a peahen. When a peahen lays an egg, it will typically take between 28 and 30 days for the egg to hatch. The babies are called peachicks... Read More »

How long do peacock eggs take to hatch?

Beginning in April, peahens (female peafowl) will lay between seven to ten large brown eggs in a clutch. Most peafowl eggs will hatch after an incubation period of 27 to 30 days.Source:PeafowlIncub... Read More »

An average women ovulates for about 35 years if she gets pregnant once during her lifetime approximately how many eggs will she release in that time 34 eggs 440 eggs 500 eggs 680 eggs?

Well this is a common case that when children reach adolescence they tend to be attracted to there same gender (this doesn't mean that they'll be homosexual or bisexual). It is a normal phase most ... Read More »