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Stowaway bird makes surprise appearance during Singapore Airlines flight to Heathrow

MailOnline Monday, 14 January 2019
Stowaway bird makes surprise appearance during Singapore Airlines flight to HeathrowThe bird, a myna, which is a type of starling, suddenly appeared in the cabin about 12 hours into the Singapore Airlines flight from Singapore to London Heathrow.
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