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The little bush moa (Anomalopteryx didiformis) is an extinct bird from New Zealand. Several species of moa used to live in New Zealand, and all of these species were flightless. The little bush moa was the smallest moa species.
This skeleton has been constructed by digitising bones from the ornithological collections of the Auckland War Memorial Museum, Auckland, New Zealand. Bones from two separate moa skeletons (Specimen 5511 and 5512) have been included. A colour key for the skeleton can be viewed here: https://sketchfab.com/models/49f1314d128e471585eaf15541c44681#
Caveat: Some bones may have been articulated incorrectly. Please contact @nzfauna if you spot a mistake.
Attribution: CC-BY. Please acknowledge Auckland War Memorial Museum and Daniel Thomas, Massey University if you use this model. We would love to hear from you via email, or you can comment below! With your feedback we can show the educational value of these models, allowing us to make more.