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2011-05-25 07:55:00

Lucky number thirteen! The Pukaha Mount Bruce wildlife Center reintroduced the kiwi into the wild in 2003, but this year marks the New Zealand national wildlife center's most successful breeding season, ending with the thirteenth egg hatching into a rare white kiwi chick. "As far as we know, this is the first all-white chick to be hatched in captivity," says Pukaha Mount Bruce Board chairman, Bob Francis. "The intention of the transfer was to increase the kiwi gene pool at Pukaha and grow...