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New Zealand's ambitious plan to save birds: Kill every rat

Scientists are talking about the mission in military terms: choking off pests on peninsulas and then advancing the front lines from there; developing new traps and genetic weapons; winning the hearts..
SeattlePI.com

TV news map shows double the New Zealand, and yes, everyone made the same joke

Despite being the most magical, nicest country in the world (sit down, Iceland), New Zealand doesn't get enough attention. It's no wonder its citizens have a slight identity crisis when they're..
Mashable

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News video: Scientists discover Zealandia, a 'hidden continent' around New Zealand

Scientists discover Zealandia, a 'hidden continent' around New Zealand 01:27

Zealandia has been written off for decades “as an amalgam of continental fragments and slivers” and ocean crust, but now researchers say the land mass meets all the definitions of a continent.
Source: The Washington Post - Affiliate -

News video: Is Zealandia the eighth continent?

Is Zealandia the eighth continent? 00:57

A group of geologists say they’ve enough evidence to confirm the existence of a new continent. Writing in the journal of the Geological Society of America, the group named the eighth continent..
Source: Euronews English -

News video: Apparently There's an 8th Continent Called Zealandia

Apparently There's an 8th Continent Called Zealandia 00:42

New Zealand could be part of a lost underwater continent.
Source: Food & Wine -

News video: Meet the New Continent of 'Zealandia'

Meet the New Continent of 'Zealandia' 00:51

A new study argues that New Zealand is part of a mostly submerged continent called "Zealandia." Matt Hoffman reports.
Source: Veuer -

News video: Apparently New Zealand Might Be Part of a Lost Underwater Continent

Apparently New Zealand Might Be Part of a Lost Underwater Continent 00:36

A group of geologists believes New Zealand and several surrounding islands, including New Caledonia, should be reclassified as part of an eighth continent called Zealandia
Source: Time -

 

Where is Zealandia? Eighth continent discovered, underwater

A new study makes the case that a mostly submerged landmass about two-thirds the size of Australia meets all the usual criteria for a continent.
Christian Science Monitor

Earth's newest continent 'Zealandia' was found thanks to a giant underwater land grab

earth's newest continent 'zealandia' was found thanks to a giant underwater land grab
· *Zealandia is a new and mostly submerged continent off the coast of New Zealand.* · *The discovery started with offshore oil drilling in the 1960s.* · *A UN treaty that gave drilling rights to..
Business Insider

Festiva Real Estate Holdings Acquires Ellington at Wachesaw East Golf Course

The purchase, completed by the hospitality company in January, includes the on-site East Grill and Pub. Patton Hospitality Management (PHM), a resort management company based in Asheville, N.C., that..
PRWeb

The Pacific Ocean is hiding a whole continent

the pacific ocean is hiding a whole continent
Who knew that finding hidden continents was a trend? Researchers now say they've confirmed the existence of Zealandia, a giant land mass (roughly two thirds the size of Australia) hiding in the Pacific..
TUAW Also reported by •engadget

Is Zealandia the eighth continent?

A group of geologists say they've enough evidence to confirm the existence of a new continent. Writing in the journal of the Geological Society of America, the group named it "Zealandia."
euronews

New continent called Zealandia: study

A continent two-thirds the size of Australia has been found under the Pacific Ocean, with only its highest points - New Zealand and New Caledonia - above water.
SBS

Researchers discover new underwater continent ‘Zealandia’

We may have an eighth continent on our hands, as a new report published in the official journal of the Geological Society of America detailed the evolution of a huge underwater landmass underneath and..
redOrbit

Where is Zealandia? Geologists say they have discovered eighth continent, underwater

A new study argues that a mostly submerged landmass about two-thirds the size of Australia meets all the usual criteria for a continent.
Christian Science Monitor

Have we found the 8th continent? It’s Zealandia


IndiaTimes

Earth May Have Brand New Continent 'Zealandia'

earth may have brand new continent 'zealandia'
A hidden realm as big as the Indian subcontinent that is submerged under the Pacific Ocean deserves to be recognised as a new continent 'Zealandia',...
WorldNews

Scientists may have proven the existence of a new continent

Zealandia is a step closer to being recognised as a distinct entity, researchers claim
Irish Times

Atlantis Found! Scientist Discover Earth's Hidden Continent, Zealandia


RIA Nov.

Renewed Push For Zealandia To Be Recognized As The Eighth Continent

CANBERA (dpa-AFX) - Scientists say a huge landmass almost entirely submerged in the southwest Pacific qualifies as a continent, and have made a renewed push for it to be recognized as the eighth c...
FinanzNachrichten.de

Zealandia could soon be Earth's newest continent

The continent lies in the Pacific Ocean.
DNA

Zealandia: World's 8th Continent Now Pieced Together

Zealandia is being called the world's eighth continent, but has gone unnoticed until researchers recently surfaced the mostly submerged land mass in a study.
Newsmax


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