Maybe this is why peacocks don’t use twitter

We recently visited the SF Zoo. We noticed that the peacocks were running around and acting like they own the place. They invade other animals’ exhibit spaces, run around chasing people (sort of), and routinely call out to their flock giving precise coordinates of where they are. I mean, who needs GPS when you have a bunch of peacocks doing their mating calls? Really!

And another thing, in light of the recent political news, we thought, hey, this is why peacocks don’t use twitter.

Random Thought that started this post (sort of): Wonder what would happen if  peacocks (zoo animals) can twit…?

“The term “peacock” is commonly used to refer to birds of both sexes. Technically, only males are peacocks. Females are peahens, and together, they are called peafowl.” National Geographic

Hope you enjoy these pictures we took! Cheers!

I represent the SF Zoo, he says.

No, no, I represent the Zoo, he corrected.

The large train is used in mating rituals and courtship displays.


4 responses to “Maybe this is why peacocks don’t use twitter

  1. Girl you definitely have a creative mind to think about twitter and peacocks LOL. And that second photo is amazing! The colors just bring you in.

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