Monthly Archives: December 2010


Kokopu are small native freshwater fish. Their numbers have dwindled greatly in recent decades. Three species are highlighted here, the banded, giant and shortjaw kokopu. Banded Kokopu What do they look like? • Banded kokopu are decorated with thin, pale bands on the back of the fish. • Banded kokopu commonly grow to over 200 […]


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Weta,like other insects,are the children of Tane. However, early Maori thought that they were ugly and called them “punga”-the spirit of ugliness. Even nowadays lots of people don’t like creepy crawly things but they deserve to be here just as much as you or I. Next time you have the chance to see a weta […]


            There are two types of lizard in New Zealand: skinks and geckos. Those most commonly seen are small and dull-coloured. But this belies some unique adaptations to a temperate climate, and a great diversity – new species are being discovered all the time. Skinks and geckos New Zealand has […]


What do they look like? • Similar in colour and general appearance to the stoat, the weasel is the smallest of the three mustelid species present in New Zealand at around 20cm long. • Weasels have brown body fur and white stomach fur separated by an irregular line. • Weasels have short brown tails. • […]


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