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30,000 bees rescued from earthquake-ravaged Kaikoura
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21 November 2016
On 21 November 2016 The Country, NZ Herald reported:
The New Zealand Defence Force have been helping to evacuate people and protect their possessions in the aftermath of last week's magnitude 7.8 quake. About 900 Kaikoura residents have been rescued, and now 30,000 bees can be added to that list. 'Many people took what they could fit into a suitcase or two; the things closest to their hearts. One of the evacuees just could not leave his bees behind,' said Commander Simon Rooke of HMNZS Canterbury. 'I smiled when I read the cargo manifest just before we sailed,' Commander Rooke said.
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'The ship does a meticulous count of everything we bring on board as a matter of course. Last Saturday, we evacuated 192 people together with 2.3 tonnes of baggage, one cat, 14 dogs and about 30,000 bees. They were one thing we didn't count exactly,' Commander Rooke said.
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