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Air New Zealand has underwritten the printing costs.
It is hoped that the campaign would raise at least $100,000 for 1.
The great spotted kiwi (There are about 22,000 spread over 6000sq km in the north-west of the South Island) 2. The orange-fronted parakeet (nationally critical, with only 100 to 200 birds in the wild) 6.
Kaka ( threatened by habitat loss from forest clearance) 3. The yellowhead (mohua) (lives only in the forests of the South Island and Stewart Island.
It is now the most threatened of its type and is continuing to decline) Witness Describes SF Zoo Tiger Attack January 1, 2007 By Patricia Yollin SAN FRANCISCO: A 350-pound tiger ate most of a zookeeper's right arm according to a witness to the San Francisco Zoo attack that has kept its victim, 46-year-old Lori Komejan, hospitalized at San Francisco General Hospital. It slowly proceeded to eat the rest of her arm," Chari said.
Vikram Chari, 40, a business owner from San Francisco, told the San Francisco Chronicle he and his 6-year-old son witnessed the Dec. Three men tried to yank the keeper from the 3-year-old female Siberian tiger's grip, but the tiger did not let go until a zoo employee jabbed her in the head with a long pole, he said.