GF- It is an animation- these birds are long extinct. New Zealand/Aotearoa was the last place in the world for humans to settle, and these moa are thought to have only survived 70-90 years after the arrival of the Maori, long before the marauding Europeans and many more species. There is an archaeological site just north of here where they estimate there is the remains of 50,000 or more moa. There was nothing else here but seals to hunt.
And Fretboard- all of that public display of remains is not cool here anymore, was offensive to the customs- all body parts have been brought back here from museums and interred properly respectfully etc BUT I did help once with the recovery of koiwi ( human remains) from a burial site on an eroding cliff- was so interesting, may have dated from that period as above of first settling. Perfect teeth.
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