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Mynah

A brand name for the anti-TUBERCULOSIS drug ETHAMBUTOL and for other anti-tuberculosis drugs.
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Wildlife smugglers also bring in mynas, parakeets and similar birds from Leyte, Negros and Palawan to Cebu.
These include birds, such as the common myna, rose-ringed parakeet and house crow; fish such as tilapia; and trees such as the mesquite and particularly the tree called "Ghaf Al Bahri" in Oman.
However, one Bahraini scholar has spent years researching the Myna and has written a PhD thesis to raise awareness about what he dubs the 'flying menaces'.
Mynas are originally from the subcontinent and Indonesia.
Mynas are natives of south and south-east Asia which came to the UAE through collectors and traders.
In New Zealand, hole nesting species affected by mynas again include Sacred Kingfisher.
London, December 19 ( ANI ): A myna bird has been put in solitary confinement at a zoo after shouting 'f*** you' at visitors.
Bank Myna (Acridotheres ginginianus) constitutes 37.
T]he Common Myna (Acridotheres tristis), abundant throughout the continent and commensal with humans .
Shrugging off the crippling effects of the financial crisis on the international art market, the 1692 painting by Bada Shanren "Two Mynas on a Rock" fetched $2.
The birds included a black-capped lory, eight pigeons, a salmon-crested cockatoo, a Goffin's cockatoo, 16 hill mynas, an olive-headed lorikeet, a purple-naped lory, and an umbrella cockatoo.
Grackles and Mynas are two types of birds that love to get a free snack from open and over filled dumpsters.