WELLINGTON: Conservationists in New Zealand celebrated on Tuesday after discovering that kiwi chicks had been born in the wilds around the capital Wellington for the first time in more than a century.

The fluffy, flightless bird with a long, distinctive beak is a beloved national symbol, but few New Zealanders have ever seen one in the wild.

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