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What is a tuatara?


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This is the only known survivor of the beak-headed order of reptiles, that goes back to the time of the dinosaurs. It lives off the coast of New Zealand, and can grow to around 30 inches in length.
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Its other name is SPHENODON & it is conserved in NZ.
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Date of comment: Thu, Feb 18th 2010

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