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Despite major conservation efforts, populations of New Zealand's iconic kiwi are more vulnerable than people realise

By Isabel Castro, Associate Professor in Ecology and Zoology, Massey University
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Kiwi are often moved between fragmented populations to limit inbreeding, but without sufficient genetic screening, this risks doing more harm than good.

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