New Zealand

Conservation International Abstract

A mountainous archipelago once dominated by temperate rainforests, New Zealand harbors extraordinary levels of endemic species, including its most famous representative, the kiwi. None of its mammals, amphibians, or reptiles is found anywhere else in the world. Interestingly, both endemic land mammals are species of bats.
Location:New Zealand
Species:All  Endangered  Invasive
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