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Maybe they heard about the dotterels.
US popstar Taylor Swift has shared a video of her being attacked by a bug while skimming stones over a crystalline southern lake.
The 25 year old is momentarily stunned before she swats away an unknown bug that flies into her face while she relaxes with her mother and brother during a recent break in Queenstown.
“Swift family road trip! South Island, NZ,” she wrote.
Swift, who got into trouble last week when filming of her new video at a beach in Auckland was criticised for allegedly endangering dotterel chicks, has now left New Zealand and flown to Australia’s Gold Coast today, sources say.
The singer is understood to be heading for Hamilton Island which is regarded as one of the most sought after holiday destinations in Queensland’s tropical north.
Swift arrived in Queenstown on a private jet on Sunday evening fresh from her 1989 World Tour concert in Sydney.