Bali Mynah (a.k.a. Rothschild Mynah, Bali Starling)
Leucopsar rothschildi

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Range and habitat:
Bali mynahs are found on the island of Bali in Indonesia in forest areas and savannas.

Natural diet:
This species eats fruit and insects.

Size / weight range:
Femalebali mynahs are 8.5 inches tall, and males are 9 inches tall. They are mostly white with a long drooping chest and blue bare skin around the eyes. There are no dimorphic differences in sexes.

Interesting facts:
The Bali mynah is the only native bird species of the Island of Bali.
They are critically endangered and close to becoming extinct in the wild due to the loss of habitat and illegal trapping.

Location at The Toledo Zoo:
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