Past invasions of New Zealand by Polynesian and European settlers has left the wildlife of New Zealand in complete disarray. Kakapos, takahes, saddlebacks, kokakoes, giant wekas, and tuataras are all critically endangered New Zealand species currently the subject of different management techniques aimed at ensuring their survival – all in the cause of trying to save our natural heritage before it is too late.
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