Takere The Takahe
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After being presumed extinct for nearly 50 years, the Takahē was famously rediscovered in 1948. Geoffrey Orbell, a physician from Invercargill and his party, found the last remaining wild population of the bird high in the tussock grasslands of the remote Murchison Mountains, above Lake Te Anau, Fiordland.
I wonder what else isn't actually extinct!?
Takere stands at 10cm long and 7cm tall and is made with VOC free tints and sustainably sourced maple wood.