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Origin. I think that Green Pheasant is appropriate.
The opinion of the person who insists that it doesn't resemble it cannot be understood. Kenhorou has the feature of national bird of Japan.
The name also reflects national bird of Japan. Sawamular101 12:08, 13 October 2010 (UTC)
The male has an iridescent violet neck, red bare facial skin and purplish green tail. The female is smaller than male, and has a dull brown plumage with dark spots.
It agrees to the difference of man and woman's color. There is a strong common feature though all are not corresponding because it is pokemon. Sawamular101 12:35, 13 October 2010 (UTC)
Female artwork is not showing
Hi, I see that the artwork is supposed to show the female form's art, but it seems to not be working. I've tried tinkering with it but it seems to not work at all. Could someone help? - 050294 08:23, 28 November 2010 (UTC)
- Did you read the notice above?--ForceFire 08:30, 28 November 2010 (UTC)
about the gender differences
Even though only 1 form can go in the infobox, I think the other one should go on the page somewhere. Maybe in the "Gender differences" section. Same for the new jellyfish and its evolution. - unsigned comment from Zurqoxn (talk • contribs)
The name may come from the Spanish word for "a," "un" and then a corruption of "pheasant,' "fezant" --BlackCharizard 23:01, 3 March 2011 (UTC)
- It's possible, but seems really unlikely. I mean, the pheasant/fezant part is obviously correct, but it sounds like a pun on "unpleasant" to me. Wynd Fox 23:40, 27 October 2012 (UTC)
I think unfezant is based on the Peacock and Peahen.The real ones have differences between gender.The male looks more majestic and dances in the rain,explaining its ability to learn Rain Dance.It also also uses this to attract females.But the name could be a different story.(Smart for a 10 yr old,eh?)--Shravs (Nuvema Gym) 04:20, 2 August 2012 (UTC)
- A lot of birds have gender differences. Ducks, chickens, blue jays, etc. Unfezant doesn't look like a Peacock/hen, nor is it hinted in its name. So I'm going to give it a rousing "no". ★Jo the Marten★ ಠ_ಠ♥ 05:09, 2 August 2012 (UTC)
- Peacocks are from the pheasant family.AND HO0W DOES IT LEARN RAIN DANCE!PEACOCKS DANCE IN THE RAIN.Best idea!Lets ask Wingerron(MY Unfezant!)Peacocks are our national bird.We know about it.Females look greatly like unfezant.But i agrre with the males.--Shravs (Nuvema Gym) 17:22, 9 August 2012 (UTC)