Green Pheasant

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Green Pheasant

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Character Data
Also known as: Japanese green pheasant
Japanese Name: キジ
Romanised Name: Kiji
First Featured in: Kemono Friends (2015 Game)
Animal Data
Scientific Name: Phasianus versicolor
Distribution: Japan
Diet: Omnivore
Average Lifespan in the Wild: Unknown
Read More: Green pheasant
Conservation Status: Status iucn3.1 LC.svg.png
Green Pheasant Nexon Game

Green Pheasant is a type of Friend that appeared in the original Kemono Friends mobile game.

In Real Life

The Green Pheasant, also called the Japanese Pheasant, is a native Pheasant of Japan where it’s the national bird. It was also introduced in North America and Hawaii where it is domesticated as a game bird. The Green pheasant is similar in appearance to the Common Pheasant and sometimes the biologists consider it one of its subspecies. And as with the Common pheasant, the Green pheasant is also hunted (male birds only) in a specific season. Green pheasant males have dark green mantle and chests, iridescent violet necks and green purple tails. They have also bluish-purplish hoods with clear ear-tufts and red wattles. The Green hen is smaller than the cock with a dull brown color and darker spots. The male Green pheasant looks almost the same as the male Melanistic Mutant pheasant. He can be distinguished mainly from the other cock ​by the color of the back and wings as the later species is almost completely greenish-black all over its body, unlike the Green cock which tends to have lighter back and wings. The Green hen lays 10 – 12 eggs in a nest made of leaves and grass on the ground. She usually incubates them for 24 – 25 days. The Green Pheasant share the same attribute of growth and weight of the Common pheasant. And it has 4 subspecies that bear slight differences.

Trivia

  • Green Pheasant is the national bird of Japan.
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