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Visiting the Dolphins

A portrait of Hawaii business life

 

12:35 P.m., Wednesday
Coconut Island

Photography by David Croxford

>> Last year, more than 4,000 people visited Coconut Island, home to the University of Hawaii’s Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology. One of the institute’s research projects is on the echolocation of Pacific bottlenose dolphin and false killer whales. To arrange a tour of the island, call 235-9302, or go to hawaii.edu/himb and follow the links to the Community Education Program. Cost is $40 for up to 20 people, plus $75 for a large boat.

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