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Parrotfish are named for their oral dentition; their numerous teeth are arranged in a tightly packed mosaic on the external surface of the jaw bones, forming a parrot-like beak which is used to rasp algae from coral and other rocky substrates.

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  • Macadamia nuts are often fed to Hyacinth Macaws in captivity.[12] These large parrots are one of the few animals, aside from humans, capable of cracking and shelling the nut.
  • Macadamia nuts are toxic to dogs. Ingestion may result in macadamia nut toxicosis, which is marked by weakness with the inability to stand within 12 hours of ingestion. Recovery is usually within 48 hours.[13]
  • The trees are also grown as ornamental plants in subtropical regions for their glossy foliage and attractive flowers.
Macadamia nuts are often used by law enforcement to simulate crack cocaine in drug stings.[14] When chopped, the nuts resemble crack cocaine in color.

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There are various legends surrounding the origins of hula.

According to one Hawaiian legend Laka, goddess of the hula, gave birth to the dance on the island of Molokaʻi, at a sacred place in Kaʻana. After Laka died, her remains were hidden beneath the hill Puʻu Nana.

Another story tells of Hiʻiaka, who danced to appease her fiery sister, the volcano goddess Pele. This story locates the source of the hula on Hawaiʻi, in the Puna district at the Hāʻena shoreline. The ancient hula Ke Haʻa Ala Puna describes this event.

Another story is when Pele, the goddess of fire was trying to find a home for herself running away from her sister Namakaokaha'i (the goddess of the oceans) when she finally found an island where she couldn't be touched by the waves. There at chain of craters on the island of Hawai'i she danced the first dance of hula signifying that she finally won.

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In Hawaii, the word ALOHA means many things... Hello, good-bye, farewell, love, affection, warmth and kindness; to name a few.  I hope to meet you and add a little of our island sunshine to your day. 

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