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Thursday, April 14, 2011
One day I heard lots of mynah chirping (as in a lot of the chirping, not mynahs). I looked to the source thinking it was another mynah fight. But no, all I saw was four mynahs standing close to each other. Two of them were slightly smaller than the other pair. Upon close look I realized they were juveniles.
They can already fly and are walking around pecking at things, but following close to their parent and chirping incessantly. Probably learning how to hunt.
On first look they can be easily mistaken for adult mynahs, since they can already fly and such. But they are not adult yet and probably still stay in the same nest as their parents. Isn't it the same for humans; some of us appear to have reached adulthood, but are missing one critical step to really becoming one. That includes NSFs, uni students, businessmen, investors, inventors and entrepreneurs - those who stay with their parents and throw their savings away via their businesses because they can't do real jobs.
Posted by wwenze at 6:19 PM