fantail

The tiny Fantail eats small insects and can be friendly enough to fly into our…

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tuatara

tuatara

Tuataras are living dinosaur! The two species of tuatara alive today are the only surviving members of an order which flourished about 200 million years ago. Tuataras live for anywhere between 100 and 200 years.

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Forest along the Coromandel coast near Cathedral Cove and Hahei, New Zealand. The forests are beautiful there, I was especially struck by the enormous ferns in the undergrowth.

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Steve Burling-Waitete Bay in Coromandel

pohutakawa

pohutakawa

weta

Giant weta live on small islands and can weight more than 70 grams. They’re one of the heaviest insects in the world!

pukeko

Pūkeko are swamp birds & live in our wetlands. Their long & heavy legs make it hard for them to get airborne when we drive past, so we try to go quietly :-D

beach trees

beach trees

coromandel trees

coromandel trees

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