Tuesday, April 01, 2014


A moa is an extinct bird that only lives in New Zealand. The moa was part of a group including kiwi’s and emus.

A moa is a bird with a really long neck and is much taller than people. A moa looks about the same as a emu. The moa can be from 2.5 meters to over 3 meters tall and weighs 250kgs.

A moa only lives in New Zealand. At Stewart Island , Great Barrier  and  D'Urville . The moa lives in the bush and forest where they have what they need.

- Did you know that the moa is extinct because it was hunted and killed for food.
- A moa is a flightless bird that lives in New Zealand.

- There were 10 different species of the Moa one the different species of moas is called a little bush moa.

The moa belongs to a group of birds that only live in New Zealand. A moa is also extinct.