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Eastern moa

This moa bone (left metatarsal) is one of 8 donated in 1878 by The Right Worshipful Henry Drew Thomas who was mayor of Exeter between 1877-78. He was a brewer...

Moa

Moa eggs are common in museum collections but few are complete and even fewer are whole. This specimen was donated by Miss Webber in 1899. The register entry reads ‘‘Portion...

Eastern moa

This moa bone (right femur) is one of 8 donated in 1878 by The Right Worshipful Henry Drew Thomas who was mayor of Exeter between 1877-78. He was a brewer...

Eastern moa

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

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...

Eastern moa

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

Eastern 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...

Eastern moa

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

Eastern moa

This subfossil moa bone is the right femur of an Eastern moa. Dr Julius Haast was the director of Canterbury Museum in Christchurch, New Zealand. One of the ways he...