Small Children Doing Haka Dance is the Most Adorably Intimidating Thing Ever

Small Children Doing Haka Dance is the Most Adorably Intimidating Thing Ever

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Small Children Doing Haka Dance is the Most Adorably Intimidating Thing Ever

The Haka is a traditional war cry / dance of the people of New Zealand. American audiences were first introduced to the Haka in the opening credits to the Real World / Road Rules Challenge: The Duel II. The New Zealand All Blacks rugby team has also had something to do with the rise of the Haka in popular culture. In this video you’ll see 3-year old New Zealanders from the Ngati Toa tribe perform an adorable and intimidating version of a Haka.

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