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The article describes "the last 18 Kukapo in Fiordland" that turned out to be all males, which denoted the end of this animal. Is this a fraud? I can't find any reference of this at all. If someone can provide us with a reference of what those Kukapo's are, and how they died, that would be interesting. If this is not true, than it should be noted in the text that this is what could happen with an imaginary animal named "Kukapo".
Please note that Fiordland is one of the islands on which the Kakapo lives. So it wasn't the end of the Kakapo, as people were able to move female birds from other islands to this one. Aliekens
I can find a lot of references on a "Kakapo" (instead of "Kukapo") living in New Zealand, I am changing the page and update it with more info on those Kakapos. this sucks kevon./ —Preceding unsigned comment added by 126.96.36.199 (talk) 18:49, 18 September 2008 (UTC)