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Wildlife of New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands 

Wildlife of New Zealand's Subantarctic Islands 

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The sub-Antarctic Auckland and Snare Islands, World Heritage sites, lie respectively 460 and 100 kilometres south of New Zealand and are home to endangered New Zealand sealions, yellow eyed penguins and many majestic albatross species. The New Zealand Government is actively encouraging deep sea oil permits closer and closer to these remarkable islands. 
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