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Starlings are a genus of passerine birds in the family Sturnidae. The name "Sturnus" is Latin for "starling", and the type species is the common starling, Sturnus vulgaris. Starlings occur naturally in the Old World, from Europe, Asia and Africa to northern Australia and the islands of the tropical Pacific. Several Asian species, particularly the larger ones, are called mynas, and many African species are known as glossy starlings because of their iridescent plumage. Starlings have strong feet, their flight is strong and direct, and they are very gregarious. Their preferred habitat is fairly open country, and they eat insects and fruit. Several species live around human habitation and are effectively omnivores. Many Asian species of starling, particularly the larger ones, are called mynas, and many African species are known as glossy starlings because of their iridescent plumage.