PEACOCK PEAFOWL CMA Pavo Exceptional Animals Moneda Plata 5$ Palau 2009

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Esta increíble moneda de Plata es parte de la serie “Protección de la Vida Marina”, dedicada a algunas de las especies animales más bellas en el mundo. En esta edición - el Pavo. La moneda tiene un hermoso design, tiene una coloración maravillosa, tiene una calidad Proof y se entrega con el Certificado de Autenticidad. Tirada limitado a 2.500 piezas en todo el mundo.

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País Palau
Año 2009
Valor Facial 5 Dólares
Metal Plata
Finura 925/1000
Peso (g) 25
Diámetro (mm) 38.61
Calidad Proof
Tirada (uds) 2.500
Certificado de Autenticidad
Caja No

Peacock or Peafowl, common name for three members of the pheasant family. Although these birds are more commonly called peacocks, that name is properly applied only to males; females are called peahens. Two species are Asian: the common or Indian peafowl, and the green peafowl. The third species, the Congo peafowl, is known only from the forests of the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC, formerly Zaire). The Asian peacocks are noted for their resplendent trains of long upper tail coverts, which conceal their relatively short tails, and are raised and spread in strutting displays. The feathers are generally iridescent green and gold and are ornamented with eyelike markings of a rich color, known as peacock blue. The same blue also appears on the head, neck, breast, and crest of the common peacock; in the green peacock the head, neck, and underparts are green. The peahens have no trains and are less colorful than the males. Peafowl build their nests on the ground or in the low branches of trees. The birds subsist on an omnivorous diet of worms, insects, small snakes, and seeds.

The common peafowl has been domesticated in many parts of the world, and there are feral populations in the Hawaiian Islands. A white variety has been produced by selective breeding.

The special CMA color technique emphasises the birds colours and patterns.

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