Today I had a conversation with my friend Friedrich Esser. We have come across an interesting topic, the relationship between posture and character traits for green peafowl males. The interesting thing was, we have independently made the same observations with our kept green males. Adult males walking around and wearing the body in a more forward sloping position, which causes that the tail is carried higher than the back line are much more aggressive than other males which are having a horizontal line of the back during Walking. This is somewhat difficult to describe and cannot even determine in a snapshot. Therefore it is necessary to observe the individual animal over a prolonged period to get a meaningful impression. Noticeable is definitely that you can already see this differences at 6-month-old young males. We recognized that the angle how the body is postured you can very often see a direct connection to the father. My observations so far shows also that young males which are having a more horizontal posture are substantial unafraid compared to others. This is a basic requirement for individuals which will become later aggressive. Based on these observations, we both were coming to the same conclusion, the main characteristics (aggressive or not) are bequeathed. I hope my English was good enough and understandable to describe this interesting observation.