New Zealand’s White Kiwi

Whith its small body, and its long, stick like tounge, the White Kiwi is the smallest living, flightless bird. the White Kiwi is extremely rare and have only been seen a few times. A white Kiwi hatched, May 1, 2011 in a wildlife center in New Zealand. It was the thirteenth of fourteen successfully hatched eggs.



The White Kiwi is an endangered species.


New Zealand’s White Kiwi is a flightless bird.


The White Kiwi is around the size of a domestic chicken.


The White Kiwi is the national symbol of New Zealand.

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