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Baby mynah birds, like countless other types of birds, often are found fluttering on the ground. Fledglings, or young, feathered baby birds, often leave the nest as they are learning to fly. In the cases where the chicks have been orphaned they are often sent to a vet or a wildlife carer.
This specimen was donated to us by our veterinarian friends but don't be fooled by how cute it is. The Indian Mynah bird is the third most invasive species in the world.
This little fella is now housed in a glass globe
The globe is approximately 4.5cm wide
The Blood and Vascular system of a Rat, dissected, coloured and displayed. Sourced from an...
These fetal lamb wet specimens were originally scientific specimens used for educational purposes. They have been...
This amazing vintage sliced rat has been given a new life. Sourced from an old...
This fetal rabbit wet specimen was donated by our veterinary friends and has been lovingly preserved by...
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