Red Jungle Fowl
The red junglefowl is a tropical member of the family Phasianidae. It is the primary progenitor of the domestic chicken. The red junglefowl was first domesticated at least 5000 years ago in Asia.
Sri Lankan Jungle Fowl
The Sri Lankan junglefowl, also known as the Ceylon junglefowl, is a member of the Galliformes bird order which is endemic to Sri Lanka, where it is the national bird. It is closely related to the red junglefowl, the wild junglefowl from which the chicken was domesticated.
Green Jungle Fowl
The green junglefowl, also known as Javan junglefowl, forktail or green Javanese junglefowl, is a medium-sized bird in the pheasant family Phasianidae.
Grey Jungle Fowl
The grey junglefowl, also known as Sonnerat's junglefowl, is one of the wild ancestors of domestic fowl together with the red junglefowl and other junglefowls. A gene from the grey junglefowl is responsible for the yellow pigment in the legs and different body parts of all the domesticated chicken.