I just saw this remarkable farewell by the New Zealand Infantry Regiment to a dead colleague. This is the Haka, which is by many in New Zealand (not only the Māori). I found this a touching farewell to a dead fellow soldier
The war Haka was originally used as a type of war cry to intimidate their opponents but is now used in a variety of ceremonial and sporting events. These differ from group to group. This is specifically the Haka used by the Infantry Regiment.
Here is the haka used by soccer team from New Zealand:
You can see the differences if you watch closely. Sometimes both teams can have do the haka in a match: