The Australian Financial Report released on Monday found that a peacock feather sold at a flea market in the US is worth $9.20 per kilogram.

The price has been pegged at $6.60 a kilogram, which is higher than most peafock feathers.

The report found the price of a pea-sized feather was $5.80 a kilo, while a peaffowl feather is worth about $4.90.

Peafowl feathers, which are commonly known as feather beetles, are found across the globe and are widely used for food, clothing and other decorative purposes.