Rakiura National Park is a nature reserve park located on Stewart Island/Rakiura, New Zealand. It is the 14th of New Zealand's national parks and was officially opened on March 9, 2002. It covers 1,570 km², which is about 85% of Stewart Island, New Zealand's third-largest island. The park area excludes the township area around Half Moon Bay and some roads as well as private or Maori-owned land further inland.
Perspicaris is a fossil arthropod from the Cambrian period. It was 2 or 3 cm long and bivalved. The valves, encasing the thorax, were joined together by a dorsal hinge. It is difficult to establish the lifestyle of Perspicaris. Its large eyes and other parts would suggest a swimming animal, yet it lacks claws, which seems to suggest a bottom feeder. Fossils of this creature are found in the famous Burgess Shale in British Columbia, Canada.