Mynah
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British pronunciation/mˈa‍ɪnɐ/
American pronunciation/mˈaɪnə/
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a southern Asian passerine with dark plumage that can imitate human speech

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What is a "mynah"?

A mynah is a medium-sized bird known for its remarkable ability to mimic various sounds and voices. Native to parts of Asia, Africa, and Australasia, mynahs have glossy black plumage, bright yellow or orange beaks, and striking yellow eyes. They are highly sociable and often seen in groups or pairs. Mynahs are known for their vocal repertoire, which includes imitating human speech, other bird calls, and even environmental sounds. Their melodious and sometimes comical mimicry has earned them popularity as pets and performers. In the wild, mynahs are adaptable and can be found in various habitats, including forests, urban areas, and farmlands. They have an omnivorous diet, feeding on fruits, insects, small animals, and even human food scraps.

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