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Germain's peacock-pheasant belongs to the order of galliformes. It is found in forests up to elevations of 1400m in Vietnam and Cambodia. When threatened the birds usually run away, although they can fly low and quickly. Males display their plumage magnificently as courtship behavior in the mating season. These birds lay several clutches per year, with each clutch comprising of 1-2 eggs, which are incubated for 21 days.