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Saving the Kakapo
The kakapo, also known as a “night parrot” or an “owl parrot”, is a very unusual bird. It is the heaviest kind of parrot, weighing two kilograms, and the only one that cannot fly. It is also to be one of the longest-living birds in the world, with a life expectancy of 60 years.
Unfortunately, the kakapo is critically – there are only around 150 left, living on three islands the coast of New Zealand.Kakapo lived in New Zealand for thousands of years with no natural enemies, but their population sharply with the arrival of humans. They were too slow to from the people, cats and dogs who hunted them. Nowadays, there are projects to save the kakapo from extinction by protecting their habitat, keeping them healthy, and them to breed. Although expert volunteers are welcome on the islands, tourists are , so the only way for most people to see a kakapo is on television.