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Shelly Awaya, editor

   
The Hawaiian Humpback Whale Center opened Dec. 6 at the Waikoloa Beach Marriott Hotel. The Center is a partnership with the National Marine Whale Sanctuary, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, (NOAA), and Ocean Sports, which will operate it.
   

Islanders enjoy whale watching

It’s a nice winter day in Hawai‘i, and you are on the beach checking out the horizon. Without warning, a huge humpback whale launches itself out of the water, arches its back with outstretched fins, and creates an enormous and loud white splash as it crashes back into the ocean, leaving behind a lingering salty mist. All of this happens in a matter of seconds, and you didn’t have a camera to capture that breathtaking moment.

   

 

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