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ISSUE 187

May - Jun 2024

Red billed gulls

Search & rescue

Amber

Ōrongorongo

Huts

Plankton

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Living World

Tomb with a view

Until recently, scientists didn’t think our amber held any insects. Now, they’ve found more than 200 specimens—immaculately preserved, and each telling a story about our prehistoric past.

Science & Environment

Message in a bottle

This month, two dozen yachts depart the Bay of Islands to begin one of the largest-scale ocean surveys in the world. They’ll bring home hundreds of samples collected over thousands of square kilometres of ocean—data that will give an unprecedented insight into life in the sea and, perhaps, our own.

Society

The Searcher

Wayne Keen is a man impelled. Even after official searches wind up he’ll go back to a patch of bush, and back again, looking for those who are lost. Why?

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