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Moa

John Davies Enys (1837-1912) and Charles Enys (1840-1891) both left their family estate in Penryn, Cornwall to farm in New Zealand. In October 1864 they purchased Castle Hill Station in...

Little bush-moa

This subfossil moa bone is the left femur of a little bush moa. Dr Julius Haast was the director of Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. One of the ways...

Little bush-moa

This subfossil moa bone is the right tibia of a little bush moa. Dr Julius Haast was the director of Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. One of the ways...

Little bush-moa

This subfossil moa bone is the left tibia of a little bush moa. Dr Julius Haast was the director of Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. One of the ways...

Little bush-moa

This subfossil moa bone is the right fibula of a little bush moa. Dr Julius Haast was the director of Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. One of the ways...

Little bush-moa

This subfossil moa bone is the left fibula of a little bush moa. Dr Julius Haast was the director of Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. One of the ways...

Little bush-moa

This subfossil moa bone is the right metatarsal of a little bush moa. Dr Julius Haast was the director of Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. One of the ways...

Little bush-moa

This subfossil moa bone is the left metatarsal of a little bush moa. Dr Julius Haast was the director of Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. One of the ways...

Little bush-moa

This subfossil moa tibia is from the collection of Dr John Teschemaker of Exmouth and was donated by his family in 1869. This species was found on the North and...