Subantarctic Antipodes Islands bioregion
- 88Total Land Area (1000 ha)
- 1Number of Ecoregions
- 100%Protection Target
- 10Protection Level
The Antipodes bioregion lies just below New Zealand. A group of rocky, volcanic islands dominated by one tundra ecoregion – Antipodes Subantarctic Islands Tundra (196) – this bioregion is an important breeding site for an array of birds. The islands are surrounded by the Moutere Mahue marine reserve.
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