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Written by TVNZ News   
Wednesday, 10 November 2010

Northland's renowned Poor Knights Islands had been declared one of the world's top 10 places to see nature at its finest.

England's Guardian newspaper reported Emmy Award-winning director and producer of wildlife documentaries, Nick Stringer, had included the Poor Knights in the Bay of Islands as number nine on his list of the world's 10 best places to see nature.

Stringer said he was in the Bay of Islands for only a few days but it was a memorable visit and included "killer whales, dolphins and the Tolkien-esque landscape, but mostly the diving at Poor Knights Island.

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