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Vorombe Titan once roamed the African island of Madagascar.
Scientists say the way they behave on the drug may give insights into how their social behaviour has evolved.
It's a scent we're all genetically programmed to love.
The girls were 25 per cent less fit than their mums were at the same age, while boys were 15 per cent less fit.
Preserved fat proves the key to solving paleontology's holy grail.
Researchers have found the alpine parrot is using sticks to get food out of stoat trap boxes.
The system would not only absorb the shock, but also prevent damage.
It will precisely chart changes in Earth's ice sheets, glaciers, sea ice and vegetation.
Grants were awarded to 69 research projects.
Journalist Johann Hari spent several years researching addiction for his book, Chasing the Scream and is currently in New Zealand.
Millions suffer migraines. This could be the first step in developing "novel drugs" to combat them.
Nearly 75 per cent of NZ freshwater fish species are in decline.
The first omnivorous shark species can be found in North American waters.
The Alpine Fault runs for 800 kilometres from the Marlborough Sounds to Milford Sound.
It was completed using the latest multibeam echo sounder technology.
Dairy critical for children while lean meant reduces muscle loss in adults.
It's just one of the revelations in his new TVNZ series, The Curious Mind.
The processed product could be a boost for flagging wool exports, and a rich source of protein.
Two other sets have previously been unearthed in New Zealand and Belgium
The museum is now investigating how over 400 bones became mouldy – that's more than 20 per cent of the collection.
A lake of salty water appears to be buried deep in the red planet.
A similar trial in NZ found no harm from the drugs, but no benefit either.
Scientists are matching the flesh to the fruit’s skin, and the benefits could be huge.
A research team has spent two months out at the Kermadec Islands.
MPI said it supports organisations considering rehoming instead of euthanasia.
The initiative is thought to be a New Zealand first.
It’s hoped a machine will be able to reduce the amount of fat needed to make the fast food favourites.
A crisp winter morning at the Ohaupo rugby fields was the scene for scientific endeavour.
A University of Auckland study has found the mortality rate for the disease is significantly higher in NZ.
The discovery of a toxic bug that causes the killer cancer, could lead to a lifesaving vaccine.
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“What sort of message does that send?” the National leader asked.
Scientists are working to understand how conservation activities like trapping, restoration, and aerial 1080 drops are helping Kererū numbers.
Children have been hospitalised with nausea and vomiting and about 120 students are going through decontamination.
Fraser High School principal Virginia Crawford's speech to assembly seems to have backfired with angry students said to be planning a "mass wag".
The interest free 10-year loan will go towards major projects in Redhills and Whenuapai.