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, common name for any of a number of species of Asian starlings found chiefly in India and Sri Lanka, some of which are known for vocal mimicry. Most familiar is the hill myna, Gracula religiosa, a large (12–15 in.
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any of various tropical Asian starlings of the genera Acridotheres, Gracula, etc., esp G. religiosa (see hill mynah), some of which can mimic human speech
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Anyway, he goes on: "Sadly those cheeky chappies passed away a number of years ago and the behaviour of the new mynah birds has been impeccable.
When you can also say hello to the new home of the mynah birds which is now in our new and spacious aviary overlooking the lawns.
The purpose of this study was to establish a reference range for the PRTT and to compare the values obtained when the thread was placed in the fornices of upper and lower eyelids in clinically normal common mynah birds
Speaking from the island's tiny police station, he added: "I've got canaries and mynah birds
in my back garden and Napoleon's former house is 200 yards away.
Pathophysiology of excessive iron storage in mynah birds
A real gem of a memory for us was sharing an open-air breakfast with a family of sharp-eyed mynah birds
who brazenly perch within easy reach of your outstretched hand.
Iron metabolism in mynah birds
(Gracula religiosa) resembles human hereditary haemochromatosis.