HN7 Number '7' New Zealand Takahe

HN7 Number '7' New Zealand Takahe
Red number '7' in front of an endangered, flightless South Island Takahe. According to the Department of Conservation (DOC), "The flightless takahē is a unique bird, a conservation icon and a survivor. The flightless takahē (South Island takahē; Porphyrio hochstetteri), is the world’s largest living rail (a family of small-medium sized ground-dwelling birds with short wings, large feet and long toes). The North Island takahē (moho; P. mantelli) is unfortunately extinct. Our ceramic house number tiles were designed here in New Zealand by Monique Endt, an accomplished artist from Auckland.
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