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Habitats-Ocean

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The Southern Bluefin Tuna has gillswhich means it can breath under water. They can swim at an average speed of 2-3 km/hr and they are known to dive for at least 500 m. The average growth for a 3 year old Southern Bluefin Tuna is 1.5 cm per month (and since 1980, fish have been growing faster).

HABITATS W.A.L.T: describe a New Zealand habitat and the animals that live there         OCEAN My habitat is the Pacific Ocean.
It is linked to every single ocean in the world: Arctic Ocean, Atlantic Ocean, Southern Ocean, & the Indian Ocean. At the bottom of the ocean,wavy seaweeds & colourful corals grow. It is also dark & scary. At the top of the ocean, a few ships & boats travel around. In the middle of the ocean, hundreds & thousands of fish swim here & there.
 NZ FUR SEAL

Flag Of New Zealand

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The flag of New Zealand is a defaced Blue Ensign with the Union Flag in the canton, and four red stars with white borders to the right. The stars' pattern represents the asterismwithin the constellation of Crux, the Southern Cross.    
New Zealand's first flag, the flag of the United Tribes of New Zealand, was adopted in 1834, six years before New Zealand became a British colony following the signing of the Treaty of Waitangi in 1840. Chosen by an assembly of Māori chiefs at Waitangi in 1834, the flag was of a St George's Cross with another cross in the canton containing four stars on a blue field. After the formation of the colony in 1840, British ensigns began to be used. The current flag was designed and adopted for use on Colonial ships in 1869 following an Imperial statute and became New Zealand's national flag in 1902.                             

For several decades there has been debate about changing the flag. A two-stage binding referendum on a flag change i…