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Teina Rongo’s theory of migration

Monday 20 November 2017 | Written by Chris Taylor | Published in Local

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Teina Rongo’s theory of migration
Dr Teina Rongo and Susan De Love Miguel of the National Museum discuss the display of ancient fi sh hooks discovered in Aitutaki. 17111020

Having had a nasty bout of ciguatera poisoning for the seventh time, you’d think Dr Teina Rongo would have learned his lesson once and for all about eating reef fish.

Having had a nasty bout of ciguatera poisoning for the seventh time, you’d think Dr Teina Rongo would have learned his lesson once and for all about eating reef fish.


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