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mynah:

see mynamyna
or mynah
, 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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mynah

, myna
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.
Does anyone have an up to date publication of the Cage and Aviary mag concerning Mynah birds? - Ian Lafferty.
Abstract: To evaluate tear production in the common mynah (Acridotheres tristis) using the phenol red thread test (PRTT) and to make a comparison of measurements with the PRTT placed in the fornices of lower and upper eyelids, tear production of both eyes in 22 healthy adult captive mynah birds was evaluated.
For the record, Young's previous bands have included THE MYNAH BIRDS, THE SQUIRES, CRAZY HORSE, THE STRAY GATORS, THE SANTA MONICA FLYERS, THE INTERNATIONAL HARVESTERS, THE SHOCKING PINKS and the STILLS-YOUNG BAND.
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.
Hepatopathy associated with excessive iron storage in mynah birds. J Am Vet Med Assoc.
An induced iron storage disease syndrome in doves and pigeons: a model for hemochromatosis in mynah birds? Proc Annu Conf Assoc Avian Vet.