there are also white peacocks.
There is a peafowl that is completely white. Captive peafowl frequently defies the iridescent trend for all white feathers, thanks to selective breeding. This is known as leucism, and it is caused by a genetic mutation that causes pigmentation loss. These peafowls are frequently mistaken for albino, but animals with leucism retain their normal eye color rather than having red eyes.
In 1931, a scientist decided to undertake an experiment in which he raised a monkey as if it were a person.