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Apr 24, 2024

[Answer] 5. Between the North and South Islands of New Zealand, there is a narrow strait. What is this strait called?

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...1. The Foveaux Strait 2. none of these 3. The Tamaki Strait 4. The Cook Strait The Foveaux Strait is the strait at the very bottom of the South Island. The Tamaki Strait is located near Auckland and the Hauraki Gulf. There was once an incident of a ferry that capsized on the Cook Strait: The Wahine, in 1968. The ship had literally been turned sideways! The Cook Strait is named after captain James Cook, the first person to sail through it, and the discoverer of New Zealand. The first person to actually discover New Zealand was Dutch explorer Abel Tasman, who named the country Neeu Zeeland, but for some reason, his discovery was overrode by Cook, and the name was changed slightly to the New Zealand we know today.




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The Cook Strait:


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