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Hawaiʻi's Animals and Wildlife

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Ever since the Hawaiian Islands emerged above the sea as volcanic mountaintops, they have provided homes for a unique community of wildlife. First to arrive were seabirds and sea turtles that found the young predator-free islands ideal places to lay their eggs. Over time, as plants and animals arrived across vast expanses of ocean, natural communities developed. In isolation, colonizers evolved into new species. These primeval Edens evolved slowly for five million years until the arrival of Polynesian settlers from islands to the south around 1,200 years ago.

Text and photographs by H. Douglas Pratt with additional photos by Tom Dove, Michael Walther, Brooks Rownd, David Fleetham, and others

  • Paperback: 88 pages
Sku: 1002265
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