A video has been shared on Twitter by Indian Forest Service Officer Parveen Kaswan, wherein a flock of peacocks can be seen on a deserted road causing traffic jam.
“Amazing traffic jam by the national bird. Courtesy Vinod Sharma ji,” Kaswan captioned the clip.
In the video, which has got 1,24,000 views so far, several peacocks can be seen spreading their feathers and hurrying down the road as a vehicle approached them.
The exact location of the peacock spotting is not known, Mr Kaswan said, it was from somewhere in Rajasthan.
Few people have also shared incidents of peacock spotting in their regions.
“Wow…. such a interesting and pleasing traffic jam….don’t mind getting stuck for hours,” wrote one Twitter user. “Kind of traffic jam I wouldn’t mind. Our national bird is so gorgeous,” wrote another
Here the People reaction about This video on twitter
I just miss this sound of 'mayur'…During my school days peacocks were aplenty in Delhi but now I hardly see them. This makes me sad and this motivate me to work hard to restore the habitat of this amazing species.— Ankit Kumar, IFS (@AnkitKumar_IFS) May 17, 2020
The video turned out to be very thought provoking for me.
Oh my goodness! We knew there would be traffic build up once again as lockdown begins to lift. But this was more than expected! I pity the poor traffic police officer who has to deal with that…No lane discipline. Hogging the middle of the road…And so very distracting…???— Maya Sharma (@MayaSharmaNDTV) May 17, 2020
This is Epic to say d least. M so glad that d flora n fauna have got their rightful dues in this period. Humans pl understand thag v r just guests on this planet like them… Not the rulers!— Shail_K (@ShailK4) May 17, 2020
Virtually a Swarovski peacocks . A very rare sight to see such a huge flock in one play?????— Atthi Devarajan (@AtthiDevarajan) May 17, 2020
Na naa its the local police of rajasthan on patroling to stop people roaming around..? jokes apart its beautiful to see how freely they are enjoying thier time.— saima (@saima27285037) May 18, 2020
Wow…. such a interesting and pleasing traffic jam….don't mind getting stuck for hours— NinjaWarrior (@NannuK7) May 17, 2020
Btw, Where is this sir
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