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Human activities are destroying the natural world, leading to the annihilation of native animal and plant species at a terrifying rate. Stuff's This Is How It Ends seven-part documentary series investigates the biodiversity crisis.

Human activities are destroying the natural world, leading to the annihilation of native animal and plant species at a terrifying rate. Stuff's This Is How It Ends seven-part documentary series investigates the biodiversity crisis.

Episode 1: Seabirds

Commercial fishing, introduced predators and climate change are putting penguins and other unique seabirds on the edge of survival.

Commercial fishing, introduced predators and climate change are putting penguins and other unique seabirds on the edge of survival.

Episode 2: Native birds

Almost half of New Zealand’s bird species are extinct, and 80 per of those remaining are threatened. Can we reverse the decline?

Almost half of New Zealand’s bird species are extinct, and 80 per of those remaining are threatened. Can we reverse the decline?

Episode 3: Oceans

Māui dolphin and New Zealand sea lion are on a countdown to extinction - so why do politicians drag their feet?

Māui dolphin and New Zealand sea lion are on a countdown to extinction - so why do politicians drag their feet?

Episode 4: All Creatures Great and Small

How tiny bats, snails and frogs are sending signals about the death of the planet.

How tiny bats, snails and frogs are sending signals about the death of the planet.

Episode 5: Fresh water

Water is the source of life on Earth, so why are we poisoning it?

Water is the source of life on Earth, so why are we poisoning it?

Episode 6: The Endangered Forest

They are our lungs but New Zealand’s treasured native forests are dying.

They are our lungs but New Zealand’s treasured native forests are dying.

Episode 7: The Island

Can we lock up nature forever?

Can we lock up nature forever?