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Uploaded on Aug 19, 2010
In April 2010, a team scientists from Te Papa and Massey University have been carrying research for about a week around the Three Kings Islands (New Zealand). These isolated stacks of rocks are located about 50km North of Northland and are stunning place to work. In addition to a feeling of being at the end of the world, this place is special for marine scientists because it is at the intersection of different water masses, concentrating an extremely diverse underwater fauna. The objectives were to study the fish fauna of the area, at depth ranging from 50 to 1200m. You can find more about this project at the website of the Te Papa Fish Team