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A group of pre-school kids from Bronwyn's Place Daycare, just outside of New Zealand's capital city of Wellington have become minor internet celebrities after a video of them doing a haka has gone viral.

The tiny tots give a spirited rendition of the Ngati Toa chief Te Rauparaha's Ka Mate, in a video that's been labeled "the cutest haka ever".

The ceremonial dance has become synonymous with New Zealand's national rugby union team the All Blacks. 

The kids give a brilliantly passionate – if not entirely accurate – rendition of the Maori tribal war dance which you can watch in the video below.

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Video: Kiwi kids doing the cutest haka ever goes viral
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