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Hawaiian Islands

Definitions

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  • n. a group of volcanic and coral islands in the central Pacific

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Examples

  • English Earl of Sandwich, they afterwards became known as the Hawaiian Islands, from the native name of the largest island of the group, and are now collectively known as

    Historic Tales, Vol. 1 (of 15) The Romance of Reality

  • The Hawaiian Islands are the world's most isolated island archipelago, born of ancient volcanoes and inhabited by animals and plants derived from ancestors that found their way here over thousands of miles of ocean.

    Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary

  • Sandwich Islands, now better known as the Hawaiian Islands, under the

    A Treasury of Heroes and Heroines A Record of High Endeavour and Strange Adventure from 500 B.C. to 1920 A.D.

  • NOAA says moving a few seals to the main Hawaiian Islands was the only feasible and effective way to address the high mortality rate for seals in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

    The Seattle Times

  • One would temporarily bring a few seals from the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands - where competition for food and predators means only a dismal 20 percent of seal pups live to be adults - to the main Hawaiian Islands.

    The Seattle Times

  • By the early 1900s, however, most monk seals in the main Hawaiian Islands had been hunted and killed for their meat and fur.

    The Seattle Times

  • NOAA is also proposing to expand federally protected zones - or critical habitat - for the seal to include parts of the main Hawaiian Islands.

    The Seattle Times

  • There aren't as many sharks to prey on seal pups, or large fish to compete with seal pups for food, around Kauai, Oahu, Maui and other places in the main Hawaiian Islands.

    The Seattle Times

  • It wants to bring a few recently weaned female pups to the main Hawaiian Islands each year, keep them here until they're three years old, and then send them back to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

    The Seattle Times

  • In contrast, their cousins born in the main Hawaiian Islands have a greater than 80 percent chance of surviving.

    The Seattle Times

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