"Taniwha in fish or eel form." - by Andy Ruskin.  magical Taniwha. Shapeshifters.Guardians of our histories, ecosystems and treasures.If you pose no risk the Taniwha will leave you be but should you present a danger they will eliminate you. By being mindful of the Taniwha you become its ally. Its charge becomes your charge and its guardianship becomes yours to execute.They wait for some powerful  (Sage) to call them to action.

"Taniwha in fish or eel form." - by carver Andy Ruskin.

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TATTOO TRIBES: Tattoo of Rebirth, New life tattoo,sun spiral waves morayeel tattoo - royaty-free tribal tattoos with meaning

Nikau palm - Fronds New Zealand, suppliers of native New Zealand ferns, nz plants, nz trees, nz shrubs, landscaping ferns, nz ponga, nz ferns, exotic ferns, nz tree ferns, nz ground ferns, nz ponga pots, nz ponga troughs.

Nikau palm,The nīkau (Rhopalostylis sapida) is a palm tree endemic to New Zealand, and the only palm native to New Zealand

Sina  the Eel by mrdwulf

Old school samoan stories I was told about when I was a kid Sina the Eel

They spawn in the middle of the ocean but spend their adult lives in freshwater. They can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles and even cross over land. They are revered as guardians and monster-seducers by New Zealand''s Maori, yet are often viewed with disgust in the West. They are a multibillion-dollar business in the Asian food market. They are often mistaken for snakes. They are eels-one of the world''s most amazing and least understood fish. ( Yes, fish. ) James Prosek ...

Eels: An Exploration, from New Zealand to the Sargasso, of the World's Most Mysterious Fish

They spawn in the middle of the ocean but spend their adult lives in freshwater. They can overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles and even cross over land. They are revered as guardians and monster-seducers by New Zealand''s Maori, yet are often viewed with disgust in the West. They are a multibillion-dollar business in the Asian food market. They are often mistaken for snakes. They are eels-one of the world''s most amazing and least understood fish. ( Yes, fish. ) James Prosek ...

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