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Being raised in a Māori-Pacific family in South Auckland, our ways of connecting to nature and conservation looked a bit different to what is displayed in the media.

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What happens to whale, dolphin and fish communication when human noise is turned right down? A research project led by Dr Matt Pine recorded the moment when noise pollution in the Hauraki Gulf Marine dramatically dropped five-fold.

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It’s early morning and a team of rangers are heading to three Waikato peat lakes. They’re hoping to find waikaka/black mudfish, a native fish with a clever little trick up its proverbial sleeve.

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