Reversing the Trade of Māori Tattooed Heads
Preserved heads decorated with tā moko, or facial tattoos, were sacred objects to New Zealand's Māori. Then Europeans started collecting them.
The Flight of Inky the Octopus
Inky the Octopus made one of the natural world's most daring escapes when he somehow breached his tank to get to the Pacific. But how did he do it?
Under The Sea
In the coastal waters of New Zealand, ambient reef noise has been shown to be louder in the summers.