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New Zealand!!!!! New Zealand is an island country in the southwestern Pacific Ocean. New Zealand is situated some 1,500 kilometres(900 mi)east of Australia across the Tasman Sea and roughly 1,000 km(600mi) south of the Pacific islands areas of New Caledonia, Fiji, and Tonga.
Wellington, the Capital of New Zealand Wellington is the capital city and second most populous urban area of New Zealand, with 393,600 residents. The 2014 Mercer Quality of Living Survey ranked Wellington 12th in the world. Wellington - beautiful, popular, developed, historical, economic, political, business centre
The City of New Zealand Chrischurch Auckland
Auckland. “Civic” Movie House in the Centre of the City Christchurch. Canterbury University College
Nature of South Island When people first arrived in New Zealand over 80% of the land was covered in native forest – and the 20% that wasn’t mostly mountain tops. Now there is only about 23% of New Zealand covered with native vegetation.New Zealand's native forest is very important, not only for the animals living there, but for people too. New Zealand native forests need to be protected and looked after, they are important for lots of reasons…
Unusual animals The tuatara The takane
New Zealand. Grazing Sheep.
The population Most of the 3-7 million New Zealanders are of British origin. About 14% claim descent from the indegenous Maori population, which is of Polynesian origin. Nearly 75%of the people, including a large majority of Maori, live on the North Island. In addition, 167,000 Pacific islanders also live in New Zealand.
Maori At least 1,200 years ago, Argonauts from Polynesia came to New Zealand. These Maori peoples are the country's indigenous population. Europeans first saw New Zealand in 1642 when the Dutch explorer Abel Tasman named it – although he did not claim the land for his country. The British, however, did in 1769. In 1841, it was made a full colony of Britain. Though promises were made to the Maoris that they would retain possession of their lands, they were instead displaced by British newcomers and their growing settlement. The Maori population dwindled to such an alarming extent that by the 190s, there were reportedly less than 50,000 of them left n the country. Recently, attempts have been made to redress the wrongs of the past and payments have been negotiated for lands taken without compensation
New Zealand. In a Maori Village
New Zealand. The Maori Art. “The Gate to a Village” With a Typical Tattoo
Art and Literature Early Maori adapted the tropically based east Polynesian culture. More recently American, Australian, Asian and other European cultures have exerted influence on New Zealand. As part of the resurgence of Maori culture, the traditional crafts of carving and weaving are now more widely practiced and Maori artists are increasing in number and influence. New Zealand music has been influenced by blues, jazz, country,rock, ad roll and hip hop, with many of these genres given a unique New Zealand interpretation
Katherine Mansfield New Zealand's most famous writer – Katherine Mansfield. She was born in Wellington, New Zealand, into a middle – class colonial family. Her father was a banker and mother a genteel. She lived for six years in the rural village of Karori. Mansfield has told that “ Imagine I was always writing. Twaddle it was, too, But better far write twaddle or anything, anything, that nothing at all.”
Kiwi Quiz 1. There is only one country in the world where kiwi are found in the wild. Which country is it? A-America; b- Australia; c- India; d- New Zealand 2.Kiwi cannot….. A-Fly; b- Run; c- Kick; d-Smell 3.Which Kiwi variety is the smallest? A- North Island Brown; b- Tokoeka; c- Little Spotted; d- Great Spotted 4.What year was the kiwi given government protection? A- 1908; b- 1980; c- 1990; d- 1918 5. How many varieties of kiwi are there? A- 6; b- 5; c- 4; d- 3 6. Which kiwi variety is sometimes described a the “mountaineer” of the kiwi family? A- Haast Tokoeka; b- Little Spotted; c- Great Spotted; d- Okarito Brown 7.Which one of these facts is true? A- Kiwi are territorial; b- Kiwi are blind; c- Kiwi are slow; d- Kiwi can fly 8. What year was the Kiwi Recovery Programme launched? A- 1999; b- 1989; c- 1991; d- 1981 9.Southern Tokoeka is one variety of kiwi. What does the Maori name “Tokoeka” mean? A- Weka on a runway; b- Weka with a walkman; c- Weka walking; d- Weka with a walking stick 10/ What do kiwi use to defend themselves against predators? A- Big sticks; b- Sharp claws; c- Long beak; d- Ting wings
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