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Prince Harry participated in a traditional Maori Haka war dance on Wednesday during the fifth day of his tour in New Zealand. Harry, who learned the moves in just 20 minutes, did the Haka (also known as Ngati Tumatauenga) with a group from the Lindon Military Camp. Warrant Officer Class 2 Brett Pene, who served as Harry's instructor, said the prince did a great job. "Given the time restraints in trying to teach him, I know it was a bit difficult trying to learn the actions and the words, so I think he did really well," he revealed. "He got a bit frustrated here and there but that happens when you've only got 20 minutes to learn." After the dance, Harry played a game of touch rugby with a group of local kids. Watch him in action in the video above, then check out his sweet reunion with a former teacher on Tuesday.