Teoteo | Tute | Tākaha
Māori names distinguish male tūī and females.
Male tūī or kōkō are typically larger and have more vibrant plumage than the females, so different Māori names are used to distinguish between them.
Tute and tākaha were the names used for the male birds, whilst teoteo was used for females
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