What New Zealand actually looks like
If you didn't know already, all footage from NZ is edited to make it look like it does in the northern hemisphere. Spatziba is proud to give you the first unedited shots from New Zealand. EVER!
The Southern Hemisphere is the half of a planet that is south of the equator—the word hemisphere (from the Greek word σφαιρα (sphere) +ημι(half)) literally means 'half ball'. It is also that half of the celestial sphere south of the celestial equator.
Earth's southern hemisphere contains all or parts of four continents (Antarctica, Australia, most parts of South America and southern half of Africa), four oceans (South Atlantic, Indian, South Pacific, and Southern) and most of Oceania. Several islands off the Asian continental mainland are also in the Southern Hemisphere. Due to the tilt of Earth's rotation relative to the Sun and the ecliptic plane, summer is December 21 to March 21 and winter is June 21 to September 22. September 22 is the vernal equinox and March 21 is the autumnal equinox.
The Southern Hemisphere is also the part of the world that is upside down. Therefore footage from The Southern Hemisphere must be edited to not be upside down.
So if you are wondering why Jossi and Byron Wells are so red in their faces all the time. Now you know.
Because of all the blood in Kiwis head all the time, it makes them tired and moody, so therefore the rule. NEVER FLICK A KIWI THE BIRD
For the same reason many Kiwis tend to wanna flip a lot to get some blood in their feet. You know, you get really cold feet from skiing with bad circulation in your feet!
So now you know!
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