The kiwi bird is a flightless bird that is native to New Zealand. It is the national symbol of New Zealand and is known for its distinctive appearance, which includes a long, thin beak, short wings, and a fluffy, brown body. There are five species of kiwi bird, and they range in size from the little spotted kiwi, which is about the size of a domestic chicken, to the great spotted kiwi, which can reach up to 50 cm in length. Kiwi birds are nocturnal animals, and they are known for their keen sense of smell, which they use to locate food. They primarily feed on insects and other small invertebrates, and they will also eat fruit and plants. Kiwi birds are endangered, and their populations are declining due to habitat loss and predation by introduced species, such as cats and stoats. In Maori culture, the kiwi bird is a revered and important symbol, and it is considered a guardian of the forest. The kiwi bird is also a popular cultural icon in New Zealand and is featured on the country's currency and in various other media and products.
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