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PRINCE WILLIAM.Prince William accompanied by the Prime Minister John Key visited a Nature Reserve located on Kapiti Island, which houses some of the world's most endangered birds.The Prince was once again meet with a traditional Maori Hongi. William also held a Kiwi bird, meet some traveling students and listened to a talk about the Islands activities_ Kapiti Island, Kapiti Coast, New Zealand_18/01/2010 .Mandatory Credit Photo: ©DIAS-NEWSPIX INTERNATIONAL..**ALL FEES PAYABLE TO: "NEWSPIX INTERNATIONAL"**..IMMEDIATE CONFIRMATION OF USAGE REQUIRED:.Newspix International, 31 Chinnery Hill, Bishop's Stortford, ENGLAND CM23 3PS.Tel:+441279 324672 ; Fax: +441279656877.Mobile: 07775681153.e-mail: info@newspixinternational.co.uk
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PRINCE WILLIAM.Prince William accompanied by the Prime Minister John Key visited a Nature Reserve located on Kapiti Island, which houses some of the world's most endangered birds.The Prince was once again meet with a traditional Maori Hongi. William also held a Kiwi bird, meet some traveling students and listened to a talk about the Islands activities_ Kapiti Island, Kapiti Coast, New Zealand_18/01/2010 .Mandatory Credit Photo: ©DIAS-NEWSPIX INTERNATIONAL..**ALL FEES PAYABLE TO: "NEWSPIX INTERNATIONAL"**..IMMEDIATE CONFIRMATION OF USAGE REQUIRED:.Newspix International, 31 Chinnery Hill, Bishop's Stortford, ENGLAND CM23 3PS.Tel:+441279 324672  ; Fax: +441279656877.Mobile:  07775681153.e-mail: info@newspixinternational.co.uk