The New Zealand Sub-Antarctic Islands comprise some of the world’s least-modified islands and the surrounding marine area.
As a group, they hold an outstanding diversity of endemic and threatened species among its marine fauna, land birds, and invertebrates. It’s an important area for research into island dynamics and ecology, such as the study of the loss of flight in birds. It also has the most diverse community of seabirds in the world with eight species endemic to the region
Community Perspective: This site has been unreviewed so far. The included islands are: Antipodes Islands, Auckland Islands, Bounty Islands, Campbell Island group, and The Snares.
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