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Peafowl are native to Africa and Southern Asia, and the Hindhu religion has built up a cultural significance surrounding peafowl, because of their beautiful and unique plumage. In Europe, however, they were considered as a gastronomic and aesthetic treat for the nobility or any man of arms dressing to impress. Today, a declining population and strong illicit demand has resulted in peafowl being recognised as a threatened species, the traffic of either a live bird or a part thereof being heavily regulated if not banned in our times.

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