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Ground Beetle

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Category: Entomology, Classification: Carabidae, Location: New Zealand

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Adze

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Category: Humanities, Location: Lithics Store

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The Fighting Kiwi

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A mounted Brown Kiwi. This was the trademark of a well known brand of shoe polish. As a former company trademark it spent 80 years in the head office, where its feet were reputedly polished every morning!, Category: Birds, Classification: Apteryx australias

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Shining Honeycreeper

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A native of Costa Rica, female Honeycreepers are green, while males, like this one are a deep blue. Category: Birds, Classification: Cyanerpes lucidus, Location: Guatemala

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Morepork

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Thought to be scarce before human settlement of New Zealand, the introduction of Kiore (Polynesian Rat) as a food source may have led to an increase in the Morepork population. Category: Birds, Classification: Ninox novaeseelandiae, Location: New Zealand

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Rifleman Nest

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Nest of Rifleman found in bottle. Five young were hatched in it., Category: Birds, Classification: Acanthisittidae chloris, Location: West Taieri, New Zealand

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Brass Figure

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A brass figure from Ghana, Category: World Ethnology, Classification: Figurine, Location: Ghana, Africa

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Samoan Whistler

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Also known as the Yellow-fronted Whistler, these birds are endemic to Upolu & Savaii Islands of Western Samoa. Category: Birds, Classification: Pachycephala flavifrons

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Tui

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Tuis have a curved beak and long tongue with a brush-like tip that lets them reach the nectar deep within flowers. This is a male Tui Category: Birds, Classification: Prosthemadera novaeseelandiae, Location: New Zealand

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Soapstone Bowl

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Soapstone bowl. Perforated projections at each end, one carved with a face. Grooved and scratched on base., Category: New Zealand Ethnology, Classification: Bowl, Location: Luggate, New Zealand

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Stoat and Rabbit

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The stoat, an introduced predator mounted above a rabbit, the pest it was introduced to control., Category: Mammals, Classification: Mustela erminea, Location: Balcutha

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Worked Greenstone

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A piece of worked greenstone, note the sawing down the middle., Category: New Zealand Ethnology, Classification: Worked stone, Location: Heriot, New Zealand

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Chinese Figurine

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Sung Dynasty. Glazed in ox blood., Category: Decorative Arts, Classification: Figurine

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Electric Jug

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Category: Decorative Arts, Classification: Jug, Electric

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Wedgwood Tea Cup

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Breakfast cup and saucer with "Persphone" design, Category: Decorative Arts, Classification: Teacup, Location: England

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A. Borren Jar

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Category: Decorative Arts, Classification: Vase

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Meissen Vase

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Category: Decorative Arts, Location: Germany

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Lekythos

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Attic black figure lekythos from the class of Athens. Lotus buds decorate the shoulder. The body shows Aeneas with Anchises and Creusa, flanked by a warrior on each side., Category: Antiquities, Classification: Vase, Location: Greece

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Chinese Vase

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Category: World Ethnology, Classification: Vase, Location: China

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T.G.Green Casserole Dish

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Category: Decorative Arts, Classification: Pot

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