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Extinct (EX)

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The few observations of the Stephens Island wren in the wild indicate that it was mostly active at night and only occasionally during the day. It was a nimble species, running swiftly amongst rocks, where, like related species that are still alive today, it probably foraged for small invertebrates (4).

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