Kiwis are found in New Zealand in alpine environments, scrublands, farmlands, pine forests, swamps and vegetated gullies.
Their lifespan is 40 years. Kiwis are nocturnal, shy and are extremely territorial in nature. They fiercely protect their ‘patch’ and use their razor-sharp claws to fight.
These birds have long necks, stout legs, bristly hair-like feathers and long whiskers. Kiwis do not have tails. They have vestigial wings hidden within the plumage.
The edible berry of a woody vine.
Are large graceful wading birds with long-legs, long-necks and long beaks belonging to the family Coconiidae.
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Are pink to scarlet colored, web-footed wading birds with down-bent bills.
Are large, powerful, living lizards with long flat heads, round snouts, scaly skin, bowed legs and huge muscular tails.
Are the second largest birds in the world after ostriches and belong to a family of flightless birds called ‘Ratites’.
Are dog-like nocturnal mammals of Africa and Southern Asia that feed mainly on carrion.
Are burrowing nocturnal animals, belonging to the suborder Vermilingua.