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Auckland Skyline Shown On Acrylic Fridge Magnet Skyline of Auckland in New Zealand is displayed on this acrylic fridge magnet that can be gifted to your loved ones and can also serve as a great souvenir of both the city and the country. Display this magnet on your fridge and you will never forget yo..
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Acrylic Fridge Magnet Of Auckland, New Zealand This is an acrylic fridge magnet souvenir depicting Auckland in New Zealand. Auckland is in the North Island of New Zealand,and is the largest and most populated area in the country with around 1,397,300 people. Auckland has the largest Polynesian pop..
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Acrylic Fridge Magnet Fashioned as Rotorua in New Zealand The fridge magnet above shows a view of the Lake Rotorua that is located in the North Island in New Zealand and is the second largest lake on the island. It is spread over an area of 79.8km2 and is approximately 10m deep. It has a comparative..
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Acrylic Fridge Magnet Of Christchurch New Zealand This is a memento of Christchurch New Zealand, an interesting acrylic magnet to stick on your fridge. Christchurch is the largest city on the South Island of New Zealand, situated one third of the way down the South Island's east coast. Officially th..
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Bridal Veils Falls on Acrylic Fridge Magnet The fridge magnet above shows a lovely panorama of the Bridal Veil Falls in the Waikato region of New Zealand. This magnet has an acrylic finish that adds an air of elegance to it and makes it, both, a great souvenir and a nice present. Bridal Veil Falls a..
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Acrylic Fridge Magnet shaped as Egmont National Park You can see a nice view of the Egmont National park in New Zealand on this acrylic fridge magnet. This magnet will adorn your fridge and will always be reminiscent of your days spent lurking in the Egmont National Park. This park is situated towar..
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Auckland: a Modern City This is just a wonderfully taken shot of Auckland. The viewer can have a quick view of downtown. The depth of field is intriguing and offers plenty to think about. However, the image gives it a bit of a dehumanizing quality due to the perspective from the top and its greenish..
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Souvenirs from New Zealand

Originally settled by the Maori tribes, New Zealand is enchanting landscapes, outdoor adventures and British influences from colonization. Visitors searching for unique mementos can find body care products made from lanolin and local minerals, or delicate jewelry made from abalone shells inset into silver. More aggressive souvenirs from New Zealand include traditional battle axes and clubs from the Maori, created out of stone and wood. You can also purchase tribal protective statues, decorative masks and wall carvings, or miniature war canoes called waka tauas. The popular Ugg brand of boots originated here, and might make a treasured New Zealand souvenir for a young girl. For boys, the All Blacks Rugby team are internationally famous, and have varied memorabilia to commemorate their victories. No trip to New Zealand would be complete without picking up fridge magnets, postcards and t shirts with a kiwi on it. This flightless bird is the national symbol of the country.

New Zealand: Unique Land, Unique Animals

New Zealand is home to one of the most distinct biological areas. The majority of its species evolved in isolation over the course of millions of years, and resulted in many unique plants and animals. One type of bird, the Rifleman, is considered to be a living fossil, meaning that they have no close relative currently in existence. The tuatara is another such example, being a reptile with characteristics of crocodiles, lizards and birds. Sadly, the arrival of humans in New Zealand, beginning with the Maori in the 13th century, have threatened the native animals, as evidenced by the extinction of over half of the vertebrates. Deforestation and overfishing are ongoing issues, but recent conservation actions have been put in place to recover lost lands and protect animals from encroachment by human development. Responsible ecotourism is encouraged, to continue drawing attention to the plight of the land.

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