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Moloka'i, Hawaii

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Waves roll into the shores of Moloka'i, Hawaii. At 260 square miles (673 sq. km), the volcanic island
 
February 1 · Issue #511 · View online
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Waves roll into the shores of Moloka'i, Hawaii. At 260 square miles (673 sq. km), the volcanic island is the fifth largest of the Hawaiian Islands and contains some of the highest sea cliffs in the world. Moloka'i is known for its cattle ranches, pineapple farms, and is also a popular tourist destination.
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21°05'24.0"N, 157°13'33.4"W

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