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Wood Magnet: Puʻukoholā Heiau National Historic Site Humpback Whale

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Humpback whales arrive in the Hawaiian Islands every winter to mate and give birth. Newborns have little blubber and so must be born in warm waters. The whales spend their summers feeding in the cold, food-rich waters of the North Pacific. The Hawaiian name for humpback whale is Koholā. Happily, humpback whales have been protected from hunting in U.S. waters since 1970.

Product measures 2.25" x 3.50"

Made in USA

Lantern Press Artwork

 

Sku: 3004844

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