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Hawaii’s Beautiful Birds!

Hawaii is full of beautiful wildlife throughout the islands. Check out this fun list of some of Hawaii’s tropical birds!     Hawaii Creeper – The Hawaiian Creeper comes from the Big Island. The Hawaiian Creeper’s feathers are olive green and this funny bird has the ability to climb trees! It has a short sharp…

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March 2, 2020

Hawaii’s Coral Reefs – Rainforest of the Sea

Hawaii is surrounded 410,000 acres of coral reefs! This “rainforest of the sea” is home to more than 7,000 known species of marine plants, fish, and animals. Coral reefs offer a teeming ecosystem and feed and provide shelter to the ocean’s wildlife. They also protect Hawaii’s beautiful shoreline from sand and wind erosion. The reefs…

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February 11, 2020

WHEN SHARKS GET ATTACKED

An Australian drone hobbyist captured some amazingly rare footage of a False Killer Whale pod chasing down a juvenile shark for food. Right now, you’re probably still trying to wrap your head around things like ‘the shark was chased down?’ or ‘false killer whale?’. You have probably never heard of a False Killer Whale because…

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February 7, 2020

About the BLUE SHARK

The Blue Shark is one of the most beautiful of all sharks. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most over fished sharks in the world. Also known as the Prionace Glauca, they are easy to identify because of their special slim, torpedo shaped figures. Their swimming is very elegant and they are known to be…

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February 4, 2020

Hawaii’s Best Family Friendly Beaches

Hawaii is an amazing family vacation spot! Here are some of the best and safest kid-friendly beaches!   Waikiki Beach- Waikiki Beach is a great family friendly beach. The water is relatively calm and easy for young swimmers to play in. The sand is soft with only a few small pebbles to watch out for….

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January 28, 2020

History of Hawaii’s North Shore

Historian’s believe the North Shore of Hawaii has been inhabited by Native Hawaiians since the 12th Century. For many years Hawaiian’s used the fertile land to grow taro and sweet potato and to fish from the bountiful sea.   During the 19th Century the sleepy seaside village began to grow into an Oahu landmark. In…

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January 12, 2020

TOURISTS, STAY SAFE WHEN TRAVELING TO HAWAII

Hawaii is a laid-back destination for beach relaxation, the ocean, and sunny weather. With all tourist destinations there can be an underlying danger. Here are some tips to enjoy your epic Hawaiian vacation while staying safe! Waikiki is a popular world destination. It is unlike the rest of Hawaii. The locals compare it to places…

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January 6, 2020

WHALE SHARK ENCOUNTER ON OAHU

Have you ever wondered whether Whale Sharks make their way to Hawaii? Though extremely rare, they do. Not only are the winter months in Hawaii considered Humpback Whale season, you may be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the biggest fish in the sea, the Whale Shark (don’t forget that whales are mammals).  …

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January 3, 2020

About the BLUE SHARK

The Blue Shark is one of the most beautiful of all sharks. Unfortunately, it’s also one of the most over fished sharks in the world. Also known as the Prionace Glauca, they are easy to identify because of their special slim, torpedo shaped figures. Their swimming is very elegant and they are known to be…

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December 30, 2019

Sharks Literally Puke Their Guts Out- Here’s Why

Sharks are complex and amazing creatures. While lots of research has been done on these graceful predators there is still much scientists want and need to learn. Since sharks can be elusive it is often hard to view them in their natural habitats displaying natural behaviors. This week I stumbled upon this interesting article from…

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December 7, 2019

The Great White Shark Bite

Great White sharks may be one of the most feared predators on earth. Movies like JAWS amped up the man-eater legend and many people are fearful of an encounter with a Great White.   After years of research Scientists, no longer believe that Great Whites attack because they believe humans are seals. It is more…

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November 29, 2019

Couple Discovers Megalodon Shark Tooth

A vacationing couple in North Myrtle Beach discovered a rare find after Hurricane Matthew unearthed a prehistoric shark tooth along the ocean shore. Nat Campbell and his wife had only been at the beach about 15 minutes when Nat looked down and noticed a large tooth a few feet away.  “My wife though it was…

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November 12, 2019

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