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How many takahe are there?

The species is still present in the location where it was rediscovered in the Murchison Mountains. Small numbers have also been successfully translocated to four predator-free (MORE)

What are predators of the takahe?

Originally the takahe had no predators, but when People came toits habitat in New Zealand, they brought goats, which ate thevegetation and ruined the enviroment, and rats who (MORE)

Where do takahe live?

Takahe only live in New Zealand, where they were once foundthroughout the islands. Only the South Island takahe still exists.This flightless bird's natural habitat is now rest (MORE)

Where is the takahe habitat?

Only the South Island takahe still exists. This flightless bird's natural habitat is now restricted to the Murchison mountains in Fiordland National Park, where they inhabit a (MORE)

Why are takahe extinct?

Only the North Island takahe is extinct. The South Island takahe was rediscovered in 1948. One reason for their extinction was that, being heavy but flightless birds, they wer (MORE)