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A water-trough with nooses, used in snaring pigeons that were thirsty from eating the fruit of the miro.

A water-trough with nooses, used in snaring pigeons that were thirsty from eating the fruit of the miro.

New Zealand wood pigeon (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae) or 'kereru' in the Maori language.

The endemic New Zealand wood pigeon (Hemiphaga novaeseelandiae) or 'kereru' in the Maori language.

This is the 24ft Chief Little Owl wooden statue that welcomes you to Bethany Beach. Artist: Peter Wolf Toth, Material: Redwood

This is the Chief Little Owl wooden statue that welcomes you to Bethany Beach.

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Certain ancestors were said to have become Taniwha after their death Sometimes they are depicted in the form of marakihau, figures with long tails.

Certain ancestors were said to have become Taniwha after their death Sometimes they are depicted in the form of marakihau, figures with long tails.

The fibrous stems of tree ferns formed the walls of cooking sheds and storage pits for kumara. The thick stems of the species known as Whekiponga were especially useful for this purpose.

The fibrous stems of tree ferns formed the walls of cooking sheds and storage pits for kumara. The thick stems of the species known as Whekiponga were especially useful for this purpose.

Ngati-Tuwharetoa veterans at Tokaanu, Lake Taupo, parading for peruperu (war-dance)

Ngati-Tuwharetoa veterans at Tokaanu, Lake Taupo, parading for peruperu (war-dance)

Men venturing out on the ocean were entrusting themselves to the spirits of the winds and the sea. For this reason, two long streamers of feathers floated behind the carved stern posts of the great war canoes. The upper one was a resting place for the spirits of the winds. The lower one, which often trailed iin the water, belonged to the spirits of the oceans.

Men venturing out on the ocean were entrusting themselves to the spirits of the winds and the sea. For this reason, two long streamers of feathers floated behind the carved stern posts of the great war canoes. The upper one was a resting place for the spirits of the winds. The lower one, which often trailed iin the water, belonged to the spirits of the oceans.

The flowers of the clematis vine were sometimes worn in mourning. Though it is hard to believe that Nga Toenga of Ngati Maru is wearing them for this reason. The date is 1844. Her straw hat is of foreign manufacture.

The flowers of the clematis vine were sometimes worn in mourning. Though it is hard to believe that Nga Toenga of Ngati Maru is wearing them for this reason. The date is Her straw hat is of foreign manufacture.

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