South Island giant moa; AV15026
South Island giant moaAbout this object
Complete skeleton of South Island giant moa, Dinornis robustus. The giant moa was one of the tallest birds ever known, at around three metres when their necks were extended and weighing up to 250 kg. They became extinct shortly after humans arrived in New Zealand.Credit Line
South Island giant moa, Canterbury Museum, AV15026, New ZealandObject Type
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