North Island brown kiwi

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phylum Chordata The North Island brown kiwi (Apteryx mantelli; Apteryx australis or Apteryx bulleri as before 2000, still used in some sources), is a species of kiwi that is widespread in the northern two-thirds of the North Island of New Zealand and, with about 35,000 remaining, is the most common kiwi. This bird holds the world record for laying the largest eggs relative to its body size.

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clade Diapsida
Class Aves
order Apterygiformes
family Apterygidae
genus Apteryx
species A. mantelli