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The global population of the Teviot flathead galaxias - the rarest New Zealand native freshwater fish...................

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The global population of the Teviot flathead galaxias - the rarest New Zealand native freshwater fish and one of the rarest freshwater fish in the world - is found only in an area of less than a hectare where in New Zealand?

posted Apr 6, 2020 by Udita

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Central Otago
The small Teviot flathead galaxias are solidly built hardy fish, withstanding both snowy winters and hot, dry summers. They are found only in a few headwater streams small enough to step across in the Teviot River, surrounding Lake Onslow, south of Alexandra in Central Otago.

answer Apr 7, 2020 by Mridul
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