Distances shrink under the wings of the young descendants of the Roc. But at the same time they cherish the bequeathed knowledge from the times of the unexplored islands. Therefore they also know those areas the Maori knew already for their richness of food. That this knowledge is passed on by the children of the children of the Roc to their children is proved by the discovery of the sixth egg on the peninsula of Kaikoura. This egg displays an interesting change of shape compared to the eggs found previously. Its smooth surface is now wavy like sea and sand. It looks as if this egg has acquired a structure of camouflage.