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Untouched since the dawn of time, evolution in New Zealand is responsible for some of the rarest and most unusual wildlife on Earth.

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aired 14 days ago
Extreme isolation protects and transforms New Zealand's ancient native creatures.
aired 77 days ago
The ways that New Zealand's ingenious wildlife have adapted to survive.
aired 80 days ago
New Zealand's changing fortunes and how its wildlife evolved.

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