SINGAPORE - Potong Pasir residents who have had their beauty sleep disrupted by the cacophony of mynahs squawking can rest more soundly now.
The number of Javan mynahs - a non-native, invasive bird species - has dwindled from 2,800 as of the end of December to about 300 as of Tuesday night (Jan 15), Potong Pasir MP Sitoh Yih Pin told The Straits Times.
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