Group of Moa skeletons in the New Zealand Court In the gallery above the main portion of the New Zealand court are shown three skeletons of the Moa, an enormous bird, which inhabited New Zealand up to the end of the seventeenth or eighteenth century, ranging from the size of a goose to twelve or fourteen feet in height. Almost perfect skeletons of the bird are found from time to time in different parts of the colony [picture] / edited by John Plummer ; Richards & Co

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Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.)
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PIC P2113/1-36 Album 132
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Sydney : Richards & Co., 1880
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1 of 1 album (36 photographs) ; 25.5 x 22 cm.
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Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.). (1880). Group of Moa skeletons in the New Zealand Court In the gallery above the main portion of the New Zealand court are shown three skeletons of the Moa, an enormous bird, which inhabited New Zealand up to the end of the seventeenth or eighteenth century, ranging from the size of a goose to twelve or fourteen feet in height. Almost perfect skeletons of the bird are found from time to time in different parts of the colony Retrieved March 5, 2024, from http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140661464

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Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.). Group of Moa skeletons in the New Zealand Court In the gallery above the main portion of the New Zealand court are shown three skeletons of the Moa, an enormous bird, which inhabited New Zealand up to the end of the seventeenth or eighteenth century, ranging from the size of a goose to twelve or fourteen feet in height. Almost perfect skeletons of the bird are found from time to time in different parts of the colony Sydney: Richards & Co, 1880. Web. 5 March 2024 <http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140661464>

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Richards and Co. (Sydney, N.S.W.). 1880, Group of Moa skeletons in the New Zealand Court In the gallery above the main portion of the New Zealand court are shown three skeletons of the Moa, an enormous bird, which inhabited New Zealand up to the end of the seventeenth or eighteenth century, ranging from the size of a goose to twelve or fourteen feet in height. Almost perfect skeletons of the bird are found from time to time in different parts of the colony Richards & Co, Sydney viewed 5 March 2024 http://nla.gov.au/nla.obj-140661464

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