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Zoological "reset" in New Zealand

New Zealand became the first country in the world to accomplish a total zoological "reset". That is, biocoenosis was returned to its original state - before the appearance of the white man.

All invasive species of plants and animals were eliminated leaving only the native. Millions of European sparrows, deer, ferrets, Australian possums and Asian rats were disposed of quickly and painlessly by affecting the genome of these species.

Again New Zealand is a country of indigenous birds, arthropods, and a plant kingdom found nowhere else in the world.

I agree
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I don't agree
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Ethan The only common thing is earth quakes which are in one part. 17 Aug 2019
Ethan I am lucky i live in New Zealand it, it is nice beautiful calm and fun at rainbows end in Auckland. 17 Aug 2019
Lukeson Gaming I mean I hope they invent something that stops pets from killing 06 May 2019
Lukeson Gaming i'm from new Zealand and I hope this happens! just hope they dont kill off cats and dogs, or invent something to stop cats and dogs from killing natives. 06 May 2019
Marriette Deckard Possibly some of the more optimistic news to emerge in a while. 14 Mar 2019
Barry Benson Hope I live long enough to take a holiday trip to New Zealand in 2050. 06 Feb 2019
Jeremy Nicholls We are on our way there now, most people are even removing non-native plants from their gardens and replacing with natives. Many islands are removed of all fauna, and endangered species are being re-introduced 06 Feb 2019
Peter Winter I wasn't aware "the white man" trophy-hunted the Moas to extinction, among other species. Learn something new every day. 06 Feb 2019
Ronan Payinda I hope you do realize that the first Polynesian settlers brought with them invasive species such as rats and dogs. Not to mention the fact that Moa, among other native birds, were hunted to extinction. And all of this long before European settlers arrived on the shores of Aotearoa. 06 Feb 2019
James Royle Bring back Moas! 06 Feb 2019