What is the zoological name of Indian peacock, the national birds?
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What is the zoological name of Indian peacock, the national birds?

A

Passer domesticus

B

Pavo cristatus

C

Columba livia

D

Psittacula eupatria

Answer

Indian peacock also known as Indian peafowl is a large and brightly coloured bird, is a species of peafowl native to south Asia, but introduced in many other parts of the world. Zoological name is Pavo cristatus. It is national bird of India. Passer domesticus is zoological name of House sparrow. Columba livia is zoological name of pigeon. Psittacula eupatria is zoological name of parakeet. Hence, option B is correct answer.

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