BUY GREEN JUNGLE FOWL
Buy Green Jungle Fowl The King of Poultry Breed
Buy Green jungle fowl as know as Gallus varius is beautiful breed has come from species of Gallus as we know the genus of gallus is an ancestor of many chicken breed in all around the world. Their have beautiful bright shiny feather and has smooth feather like a peafowl and single wattle like turkey.
The Gallus Varius is endemic birds of Indonesian. You can found them in Java, Bali, Lombok, Komodo, Flores, Rinca and small islands linking Java with Flores, Indonesia.
When you keep and raising the green jungle fowl, you’ll feel the jungle atmosphere in your backyard.
The Green Jungle fowl lives in groups of two to five in the wild and lead by adult male, who takes the flock to feed and drink and then go back into the deep of forest. In the night the flock roosts at bamboo stands about 15–20 feet above the ground. In the breeding season, males in each flock are challenged by other males. The two males clap their wings and crow loudly while fighting each other with their spurs.
Breed Name : Green Jungle Fowl / Gallus varius
Type : Pheasant
Size : Medium
Color : Green and shiny
Comb : Soft Comb without tips (spoon)
Wattle : Single
Sound : Shrill, 2-3 beat voices.
Feathers : Soft
Character : Wild / feral
Diet : Rice, Corn, Warm, Bugs, Grasses.
Origin : Java, Indonesia.
Buy Green Junglefowl Interesting Facts
What type of animal is a green junglefowl?
The green junglefowl is a type of junglefowl bird that belongs to the kingdom Animalia and order Galliformes.
What class of animal does a green junglefowl belong to?
The green junglefowl (Gallus varius) is a bird that belongs to the class Aves, family Phasianidae, and genus Gallus.
How many green junglefowl are there in the world?
The exact population of green junglefowl’s in the world is not known. Various green junglefowls have been crossbred with domestic chicken species.
Where does a green junglefowl live?
The green Javanese junglefowl is found near coastal regions and hybrid species are seen on farms. They are seen endemic to Indonesia, but they are also seen in Java, Bali, Komodo, Flores, and other small islands. Breeding occurs yearly in these species.
What is a green junglefowl’s habitat?
Green Javanese junglefowl habitat constitutes lowland forests, scrublands, and arable lands. These are primarily omnivores and so they require a habitat where they can find appropriate food and shelter. They are tolerant of humid climates but don’t prefer extreme climates. Breeding occurs annually in the wild, and they are bred by breeders as well.