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May 18th, 2012
New Zealand is the First to Catalogue All Its Species

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New Zealand is the first country in the world to catalogue its entire known living and fossil life. The third and final book in the series New Zealand Inventory of Biodiversity, edited by NIWA’s Dr Dennis Gordon, published by Canterbury University Press, will be launched this week at Te Papa in Wellington. This 1758 page review and inventory of ‘all of life through all of time’ in New Zealand, involving specialists in 19 countries, has taken a decade to complete. Read More

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