New Zealand is an island off the coast of Australia. It is a protectorate state alongside its neighbor, and is also administered by the United Kingdom. It is represented by the United Kingdom in the United Nations.

History Edit

Anthro-feralis migrated to New Zealand some time after the 16th century and began converting the natives on the island to their species, as well as colonizing it themselves.

Along with Australia, its Anthro-feralis population was enslaved and overtaken by the British Empire in the 18th century.

New Zealand is one of the few countries that were exempted from the 1948 London Declaration, remaining under United Kingdom control to the modern day.