4 November 2009 21:14
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Each bimonthly issue of New Zealand Geographic
is packed with fascinating articles and stunning photographs, illustrations and maps. New Zealand Geographic
magazines build into a fantastic reference library, covering flora and fauna, science and technology, travel, history and exploration
: Kim WesterskovGeo News
: Weta, Gannet, WasteArtefact
: RecollectionWeekend Tramps
: Benjamin FranklinProfile
: Kat HolstadThe Mind
: Zealandia, Survive, BaxterFlashback
: Chimp Tea fertyLongview
: Alkitross PointIn the Field
: Rod MorrisParting Shot
: Cricket GeographyFEATURESSkull
: Last year a European skull turned up in the Ruamahunga River. Around 296 years old, the skull pre-dates any knowledge of Europeans in New Zealand.Kakariki
: Our parakeets evolved in the tropics and migrated en masse to New Zealand 500,000 years ago, occupying habitats as far south as the subantarctic.Hokianga
: The far-north harbour of Hokianga remains a community largely immune to the tribulations of modernity.Spirit of New Zealand
: Each year the Spirit of New Zealand takes more than 1000 young New Zealanders on the adventure of a lifetime.Secret Life of Slime
: A world of tiny animals, fractions of millimetres in
size, exists in slime within our freshwater ecosystems and household plumbing.Were Europeans living in New Zealand before Cook's arrival?
It seems implausible, but a skull exposed after flooding in the Ruamahanga River demands a re-examination of our earliest history (see page 36).
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