Snares Island - behind the scenes in wild NZSubmitted by Ingrid Hutzler on Wed, 26/11/2014 - 20:21
In late 2013 the remote and usually uninhabited Snares Islands saw the arrival of four lucky Te Papa scientists to carry out a range of seabird and plant research projects.
Te Papa will be releasing five videos over the next few weeks, with each one telling a different part of the Snares Islands science story. The first one features the rare Snares Island tomtit and Snares crested penguin, amongst other birds!
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For all Snares Island blogs with more in-depth detail about the scientific research click here.