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Spearfishing using scuba now banned off West Hawaii

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Gov. Neil Abercrombie signed new rules banning scuba spearfishing in waters of West Hawaii.

Last Japanese WWII mega-sub located

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The Japanese submarine was among the largest submarines of World War II, able to carry aircraft and could travel one-and-a-half times around the world without needing to refuel.

Sea urchins are secret weapon in fight against invasive seaweed

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Unlikely ally utilized in eradication program in Hawaii’s Kaneohe Bay

Spearfishing using Scuba banned off West Hawaii

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The state Board of Land and Natural Resources on Friday voted to prohibit spearfishing in waters off West Hawaii using scuba gear.

False Killer Whales to recieve protection

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US Fisheries Service which is charged with protecting marine mammals has to finalize and implement protections for false killer whales by November 30, 2012, court rules.

Dolphin gives birth on camera

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A 12-year-old dolphin, gave birth to a female calf at Dolphin Quest Hawaii at the Hilton Waikoloa Village on the Kohala Coast of the Big Island.

Tons of marine debris collected from Hawaiian Islands

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NOAA Ship “Oscar Elton Sette” arrived back in its homeport of Honolulu last Saturday after a month in Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument.

Rare Hawaiian monk seals killed, reward offered

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The Center for Biological Diversity has joined with allies to offer a $30,000 reward for information about the recent killing of three critically endangered Hawaiian monk seals.

Hawaii looks into WW2 legacy

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NOAA and the University of Hawaii’s Marine Option Program have completed a survey of sunken World War II-era aircraft and shipwrecks along Maui’s southern coast

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