This close-up of an archaeological dig at Kaūpokonui in Taranaki (site P21/3) shows the remains of moa butchered by early human settlers, probably about 1300–1400 AD.
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University of Auckland, Department of Anthropology, Anthropology Photographic Archive
Photograph by Richard Cassels
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