In the below picture I believe bird in the foreground is a female. The one that opens the wings is the male.
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It looks like male Great Argus (Argusianus argus) displaying to a female. The circular markings on the male pheasant's secondaries are pretty distinct. The specific epithet argus refers to a hundred-eyed giant from Greek mythology.