Red Jungle Fowl
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The Red Jungle fowl with the scientific name Gallus gallus is a large-sized bird falling under the family Phasianidae.
Red junglefowl is believed to be the ancestor of all domestic chickens. Red jungle fowl is an attractive game bird with a long history of association with humans.
They are both herbivorous and insectivorous. The quick classification of this species is given below,
Females are spotted with red and brown with smaller, duller wattles and lack the long tail. The male weighs about 672 to 1450 g with the length being 65 to 75 cm, while the female weighs about 485 to 1050 g with the length being 42 to 46 cm. The five subspecies of the jungle fowl species varies majorly in the colour of the facial lappets, in the length, colour, in the size of the combs and terminal end shape.