PALAWAN PEACOCK PHEASANT (Polyplectron napoleonis) ©surfbirds.com
The male is the handsomest and most peacock-like member of the genus Polyplectron. It has an erectile crest, a white stripe over the eyes and highly iridescent metallic green and black plumage. The tail feathers are decorated with large blue-green ocelli, which may be spread fanlike in courtship displays. The female is smaller than the male.
Endemic to the Philippines, the Palawan Peacock-pheasant is found in the humid forests of Palawan Island in the southern part of the Philippine archipelago. The female usually lays up to two eggs.
Fact Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Palawan_Peacock-pheasant
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