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- "That wonderful hall with the ivory roof and the peacocks' feathers..."
- ―Chapter 17 [src]
No record mentions any peacocks possessing the gift of speech.
- Most people call all peafowls "peacocks", but this isn't true. A male is called a peacock and a female is called a peahen.
- Peacocks have long been associated with royalty (hence the feathers in Cair Paravel): they symbolically represented ancient Roman Empresses, and the Indian Moghul Emperor Shah Jahan comissioned the famous "Peacock Throne" that was later taken to Iran.
- ↑ LWW XVII