The Waitomo Glowworm Caves, North Island of New Zealand, known for its population of glowworms, Arachnocampa luminosa. This species is found exclusively in New Zealand. They are around the size of an average mosquito. <<~~ its the TARDIS!
New Zealand's sheep population peaked out in the year 1982 at million. At that time, the total human population of both North and South Islands of New Zealand was million. That works out to 22 sheep per person.
"There are many ways to experience the lush, ridiculous beauty of New Zealand, but I’d argue the best way is on the road." I live in NZ and I can say this is one of the truest statements I've ever seen! The long drives are the best part of the journey!
The Moa, flightless birds of New Zealand, ranged from chicken-size to 12 ft. They died out due to over-hunting & habitat decline. Still, Moa sightings are sometimes reported in the remotest parts of New Zealand.
Kōkako is an endangered forest bird which is endemic to New Zealand. It is slate-grey with wattles & a black mask. It is one of three species of New Zealand Wattlebird, the other two being the near threatened Tieke (saddleback) & the extinct Huia.
ERROR: NOT New Zealand. This is NOT RED BEACH Auckland. Actually: Red sand coast at 'Playa Roja' in the hectares of 'Paracas Peninsula National Reserve' in Peru. Photo by Aaron Overlander. Available at Getty Images.