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After 50 people were massacred and 50 more were injured in a terrorist attack in Christchurch, New Zealand on Friday, tributes have been pouring in from around the world.

On Sunday, a New Zealand biker gang decided to pay honor to the victims by performing a rendition of the Haka, a traditional Māori dance. 

The Māori are indigenous to New Zealand, and make up the country's second largest ethnic group. The Haka is a ceremonial dance, fairly well known in pop culture, and performed at important occasions, including funerals.

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