In 1910 moose were released deep in New Zealand’s Fiordland in an attempt to set up a hunting herd. They flourished for a while, some were even shot, but then they died out. Or did they? One man, Ken Tustin, still believes they exist, hidden deep in the heart of Fiordland. This is the story of his quest to solve one of New Zealand’s most mysterious secrets.
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