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Mata Nui fishing bird

Mata Nui fishing birds were clever and noisy bird Rahi often spotted splashing along the Le-Metru coastline1, and later in Le-Wahi.2 They were too fast for most aquatic predators and seemed to delight in teasing their enemies by flying close, then soaring away at the last moment.12

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The clever and noisy Mata Nui Fishing Birds lived in the lower branches of the Le-Wahi jungle. They had keen eyesight and delighted in swooping just out of reach of hungry Rahi, taunting them with mocking squawks and screeches. They were skilled at diving for fish and often flocked to the sea, where they merrily splashed and chattered in the sparkling waves.3

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