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en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_animal_species_introduced_to_the_Hawaiian_Islands

This is a list of animal species introduced to the Hawaiian Islands. Contents. [hide ]. 1 Amphibians; 2 Arthropods; 3 Birds; 4 Mammals; 5 Reptiles; 6 References ...

en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Endemism_in_the_Hawaiian_Islands

Located about 2300 miles (3680 km) from the nearest continental shore, the Hawaiian Islands are the most isolated group of islands on the planet. The plant and animal life of the Hawaiian archipelago is the result of early, ...

www.worldatlas.com/articles/what-animals-live-in-hawaii.html

The physical isolation of Hawaii has triggered the evolution of many endemic forms of life on the Hawaiian Islands. The highest rates of endemism have been ...

wildlifeofhawaii.com

This site features photos, links, and information about Hawaiian wild plants and animals. ... Fish and Marine Life. Fishes · Marine Fishes of Hawai'i · Hawaii ...

www.hawaii.com/discover/10-cute-animals-in-hawaii

Say “Aloha” to these 10 cuties! While visiting the Hawaiian Islands, you will see a number of wild animals on your adventure. Some are native to Hawaii and ...

www.instanthawaii.com/cgi-bin/hi?PlantsCreatures

... and fragile ecosystem with over 3,000 native species of plants and animals, ... more than just a home to orchids - over 1,800 types of flowering plants live here.

www.dolphinsandyou.com/blog/top-10-interesting-animals-hawaii

Aug 15, 2016 ... Listed below are 10 of the most interesting Hawaiian animals that exist! You will ... These rays are simply too large to live in most aquariums.

traveltips.usatoday.com/hawaiian-islands-native-animals-100406.html

The Hawaiian Islands, a popular tourist destination for travelers seeking ... arrival of humans in 500 A.D. Of Hawaii's plentiful animal life, 90 percent is endemic, ...

www.prideofmaui.com/blog/maui/top-animals-maui.html

Apr 15, 2017 ... Called nai'a in Hawaiian, these friendly and beautiful animals enjoy ... They can often be seen in pairs or groups and are known to mate for life.