Introduction of Birds and Animals - The Coming of the Maori

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Some indigenous birds have been added traditionally to the cargoes of the Fleet canoes such as the swamp hen (pukeko) and parakeet (kakariki) in the Aotea and the swamp hen under the name of pakura in the Horouta. The domesticated fowl (moa) was not introduced but the name moa was applied by the first settlers to a number of wingless birds (Dino...


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