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He ninau ka'u e ninau ana ia Puakea ma, pono e ninau mua na'e ia oukou maanei nei ma keia hui nupepa: Heluhelu anei kekahi mea a oukou i kahi atikala e pili ana o ka ilioholoikauaua? Wahi a kekahi mea i keia mau la, he holoholona maoli ho'i; wahi a kekahi a'e he mea malihini, i lawekahiki 'ia ai.
Kaino he mea maoli, aka huli a loaa i`o 'ole ma na nupepa ma ulukau. No laila keia ninau ia oukou.
Mahalo a nui!
'Ohu

I have a question I will ask Puakea ma, but first I should ask you guys here on this newspaper group: Have any of you ever read an article about the Hawaiian monk seal? According to some these days, its a native animal; but some say its not from here, but introduced from elsewhere.
I presumed it was a native, but I've searched without significant result in the newspapers on ulukau. So this question to all of you.
Mahalo a nui!
'Ohu

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i believe them to be endiginous to hawaii. our ancestors called them Ilio-holo-i-ka-uaua, dog that runs in rough waters wich is really cool cos well, as we know now, all seals, whales, dolphins each have serperate ancestory stemming from land mammals.

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