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  • The kiwis, living contentedly, went upon their daily business, ruled by their beloved King.
  • They slept in their houses, unaware of the creatures to make landfall tomorrow morning.
  • They were awoken by one of the lookouts alerting the village of a ship approaching the shore.
  • They looked curiously at the metal ship that had arrived, wondering who, or what , was in it.
  • A man, a dog, and a stoat were the first creatures to emerge from the ship.
  • The ambassador kiwi walked up and started negotiating piece… but…
  • They didn’t understand a word of it.
  • The kiwis fled for their lives, excluding the brave and/or stupid soldiers, who stayed behind to try to hold the enemies off.
  • It wasn’t the best idea… Their population decreased greatly, all hope was lost.
  • And as if that wasn’t bad enough, the humans began capturing them in cages.
  • But as they soon found out, the humans were helping to protect the kiwis from extinction.
    • About eighty years ago, there were several million kiwi birds; but today, the kiwi bird’s population has plummeted to about fifty thousand.
  • Although there are five species of kiwi birds, only one, the North Island Brown Kiwi, is found internationally in zoos, they’re just that endangered!
  • Fortunately, there are many groups working hard to save the beloved kiwi.
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