Expedition Snares Islands
The remote Snares Islands, 105km south-south-west of Stewart Island, are teeming with rare wildlife – including tomtits, albatross and penguins. They seldom have human visitors. In late 2013, four Te Papa scientists spent two weeks on the Snares, carrying out a range of seabird and plant research projects.
We wish to thank the Department of Conservation, Hokonui Rūnaka, Te Rūnanga o Awarua, Te Rūnanga o Ōraka-Aparima, and Waihōpai Rūnaka.
Filmed in November 2013, as part of Expedition Snares Islands: Science Live @ Te Papa
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Read our Snares Islands blogs to find our more about the research undertaken by Te Papa scientists on their expedition.
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