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British pronunciation/tˈakah/
American pronunciation/tˈækæh/
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an endangered bird that is native to New Zealand, cannot fly, has blue-green feathers, a round body, and a large beak

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What is a "takahē"?

A takahē is a rare and remarkable flightless bird found only in New Zealand. With its vibrant green and blue feathers, stout body, and strong legs, it embodies a unique blend of grace and resilience. The takahē is known for its distinctive red beak and shield, adding a touch of striking color to its appearance. Despite facing the brink of extinction, conservation efforts have been successful in protecting and reviving this majestic species, making it a symbol of hope and the importance of preserving biodiversity.

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