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Trumpets of the Sea

Trumpets of the Sea

A relative of the seahorse, trumpetfish (Aulostomus maculatus) are named for their long, thin bodies with upturned mouths. While common in waters around the Big Island, these masters of disguise can be hard to spot.
The Snow Cone - Hawaiian Style!

The Snow Cone - Hawaiian Style!

A shave ice is cool and refreshing and a must-have treat while in Hawaii. It’s a local favorite among keiki (children) and adults alike—the perfect remedy to cool you down on hot sunny days.
Hawaii's Ancient Ones

Hawaii's Ancient Ones

Green sea turtles, known in Hawaii as honu, are one of the few species on the planet so ancient that they swam alongside dinosaurs during the Jurassic period.
Butterflies of the Sea

Butterflies of the Sea

The Ornate Butterflyfish is considered one of the most unique and beautiful inhabitants of Hawaii tropical reefs and worldwide
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Local Lingo: Grindz

Local Lingo: Grindz

The local term grindz is often used by kama‘aina (island residents) to describe food that is tasty and good to the last bite.
Hand Gestures—Local Style!

Hand Gestures—Local Style!

The shaka is a ubiquitous hand gesture that has become closely associated with the Aloha Spirit.
Splash of Heat!

Splash of Heat!

Go beyond the Ketchup and Tabasco and dash some chili pepper water on local cuisine to accentuate your meal. Be forewarned, chili pepper water does pack some heat.
Going Green

Going Green

The Madagascar day gecko is named for its native eastern coastal home and inhabits trees in rainforests, including those found throughout the Hawaiian Islands.
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