In all honesty, I can’t blame the Kiwis for letting tourists walk around through Superfund sites. It’s the size of Montana with less than 4 million people in it. There are all sorts of snakes and bugs and spiders and critters and goulies and ghosties and long-legged beasties running around there. Heck, arsenic is the least lethal thing in New Zealand. Can’t have a picnic without running the risk of setting your hot dog down on a yellow-bellied sea snake or a fresh puddle of arsenic.