Deep Sea Wonder

NZ scientists catch the biggest octopus ever found, a four-meter 75 kg giant hauled from 3,000 feet deep waters near the Chatham Islands. “It’s extremely deep, it’s extremely large, it’s the first recorded in the South Pacific, it may not even be the species we’ve attributed to it at this point in time – I’ve got a lot more work to do on it.” – marine biologist Steve O’Shea. And Discovery Channel travels to the depths of the ocean with NZ scientist Stephen O’Shea to search for the mythic Giant Squid.


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With Pandemic Australia Has New Lens on NZ

With Pandemic Australia Has New Lens on NZ

“New Zealand’s response to the coronavirus is just the latest reason Australians have sometimes looked wistfully, or at least with interest, across the Tasman,” ABC-TV’s 7.30 chief political correspondent Laura Tingle…