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Dining Al Fresco

A portrait of Hawaii business life


9 a.m., Tuesday
Honolulu Zoo

Photography by David Croxford

>> About 550,000 people come to the Honolulu Zoo every year to check out 221 species of animals, including these crocodile-like gharials being fed by Jamieson Martinez. Gharials, a critically endangered species native to the Indian subcontinent, eat tilapia, koi and trout in Honolulu. The zoo begins construction of a new Asian elephant exhibit in October.


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