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Mo'olele, replica of an ancient Hawaiian war canoe, sails in...

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Caption: Mo'olele, replica of an ancient Hawaiian war canoe, sails in waters off Maui, Hawaii, USA. This boat, whose name means Leapin Lizards, is 42 feet long and was built with twine and absolutely no metal according to traditional design. The twin canoe hulls were made with koa wood.
Location: MAUI, HAWAII, USA
Copyright: © Yvette Cardozo
Photographer Code: HAWAII_0851A
AGPix ID: AGPix_Cardozo_1436
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Comments: Mo'olele, replica of an ancient Hawaiian war canoe, sails in waters off Maui, Hawaii, USA. This boat, whose name means Leapin Lizards, is 42 feet long and was built with twine and absolutely no metal according to traditional design. The twin canoe hulls were made with koa wood.

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