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kea

The Kea (Nestor notabilis) is the world's only species of alpine parrot, found on New Zealand's South Island.

Nestor

New Zealand Kaka, North Island parrot subspecies (Nestor meridionalis septentrionalis) at Auckland Zoo, New Zealand

weka

The Weka or woodhen (Gallirallus australis) is a flightless bird species of the rail family. It is endemic to New Zealand, where four subspecies are recognized. Weka are sturdy brown birds, about the size of a chicken

tuatara: 'Who will like me?' :)

Tuataras are living dinosaur! The two species of tuatara alive today are the only surviving members of an order which flourished about 200 million years ago. Tuataras live for anywhere between 100 and 200 years.

Lyrebird.

lyrebird can imitate any sound it hears! New favorite animal!

takahe

The Takahe is a flightless bird indigenous to New Zealand thought to be extinct after the last four known specimens were taken in However, a

kakapo

Kakapo or Owl Parraot - native to new Zealand the kakapo is a nocturnal bird and the only flightless parrot in the world. 2010 there were critically endangered with only 100 known birds left

Leadbeater's possum

Leadbeater's Possum (Gymnobelideus leadbeateri) is an endangered possum restricted to small pockets of remaining old growth mountain ash forests in the central highlands of Victoria (Australia) north-east of Melbourne.

Éneklő fülemülék a Margitszigeten / Singing Common Nightingales, Budapest (2012.04.26.)

Éneklő fülemülék a Margitszigeten / Singing Common Nightingales, Budapest