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Mynah

A brand name for the anti-TUBERCULOSIS drug ETHAMBUTOL and for other anti-tuberculosis drugs.
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It is believed the myna stayed hidden until the high altitudes and lower cabin pressure forced it to make an appearance.
Study area is richly populated with diversified plant species which directly or indirectly provide enough food resources and shelter, facilitating nest building for different bird species including common myna, house sparrow, and jungle babbler etc.
The Myna is the world's first invasive bird and is in second place on the list of the 100 most pervasive invasive species on the face of the Earth, according to the International Union for the Conservation of Nature and the Invasive Species Specialist Group.
Says Founder and CEO of MYNA U.S.A, Komal Shah: “Some of our products remind South Asians of home, love for India, and that desi humor that make them laugh, often at themselves.
Conversely, White- browed Crake - Porzana cinerea (0.46 +- 0.32 birds/ha), Jungle Myna - Acridotheres fuscus (0.39 +- 0.16 birds/ha), Pheasant-tailed Jacana - Hydrophasianus chirurgus (0.35 +- 0.23 birds/ha), Common Flameback - Dinopium javanense (0.32 +- 0.11 birds/ha) and Baya Weaver - Ploceus philippinus (0.31 +- 0.17 birds/ha) were the rarest species in the lotus swamp habitat.
Another invasive species that has established itself within the mangrove is the Common Myna. This species has established itself successfully within the UAE and surprisingly could prove a very direct threat to the Collared Kingfisher; global observations suggest mynas could directly compete with the kingfisher for already scarce nest cavities.
The dead crested myna, which is a common resident bird in Hong Kong, was found and collected near Santa Monica Avenue, Royal Palms, Yuen Long.
Myna and Gary's roommate, Bloomberg, give him comfort because their weight and their willingness to consume is marked with this association to language.
These details best suit the Hill Myna (Grande re/igiosa: 25+ cm ~ Starling 21 cm), one of the most colourful (mainly glossy) black, with bright yellow wattles, orange-yellow bill.
The reserve and aviaries in Hong Kong were closed down in February last year for more than two months after a dead chicken and a dead myna bird were found to be H5N1 positive.
The result today: Millions of starlings--voracious, aggressive, and smart (they're members of the myna family)--have blanketed the U.S., while the number of cavity-nesting songbirds has plummeted.
And when we long for critical and constructive discussion of social and political issues, don't we all hope we are not merely parrots or myna birds, senselessly and endlessly repeating some phrase we have picked up, heaven knows where?