New Zealand did not originally have an elk population. However, in 1905, President Theodore Roosevelt gifted the island country their first elk population from a herd of Rocky Mountain Elk. Today the New Zealand Elk herd thrives in Fiorland National Park where they are protected. Also, the New Zealand farm-raised elk originated from select animals from the National Park.
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