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L Runkle
L Runkle • 2 years ago

Kakapo bird - By the early 1900s, the kakapo was thought to be extinct, although there had been a sighting of one on Stewart Island in 1949. Then in 1958, a live kakapo was found (by a Wildlife Service expedition’s dog) in Fiordland—the remote southwest region of the mainland.

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