The kākāpō is one of the world's rarest birds, and in the first episode of the Kākāpō Files we learn about the giant flightless parrot's 'love triangle' - with a tree.
The scientific name for kākāpō means 'owl face - soft feathered' (Strigops habroptilus).
Photo: Jake Osborne
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