Fantails are native to India. Their feathers are divided into white, black, crimson, gray and carved saddle colors. Their bodies are saddle shaped, their toes are slightly short, and the number of tail feathers is up to 36-38. They are fan-shaped when opened and often stand upright, just like peacocks.
The general pigeon has 12 tail feathers, while the Fantail has 36-38 tail feathers. When the tail is open, it is fan-shaped, and the tail is often upright, just like a peacock opening its screen. Fantail pigeons are relatively weak in flying ability and are not good at high flying and long-distance flying.