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Which of the following animals would you have a better chance of observing at night? A) Kiwi B) Tuatara C) Tui D) Kea

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1. is a Tui 2. one day 3. i dont know
wrong, it's 8. kiwi 9. three days 10. silver beech OLIVIA GOT ME A 70%!!!!!!

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