Munias are widespread throughout the Old World's tropical regions.
In their natural habitat, they are birds of the savanna, but they
have adapted to a number of different habitats, including areas
inhabited by humans. They range in size from the Java sparrow
(which is about the size of a common starling) to the diminutive
Madagascar mannikin. Their striking plumage makes them popular as
cagebirds and they breed readily in captivity. This book covers 43
species of munias and mannikins. The author has recently described
one new species and ten new subspecies to science.
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