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Here is a quick video that provides an overview of Hawaii Marine Animal Response and what we do.
Relax and enjoy the beauty of a Hawaiian monk seal swimming in waters off of Oahu, Hawaii.
Watch Hawaiian monk seal RW22 (“Kolohe”), born in 2008, show off his beautiful swimming techniques.
Learn about how to responsibly view Hawaiian monk seals on the shoreline.
See researchers discover for the first time that Hawaiian monk seals can dive to a depth of nearly 1,800 feet.
Watch this short video to find out more about the Hawaiian monk seal in the Native Hawaiian cultural context.
Swim along with a Hawaiian monk seal and watch it foraging for food and interacting with other monk seals.
This is one of our Oahu male monk seals RH32 (“Ka’ale”) filmed when he was about 2-months old. This video was filmed from a long distance with a powerful lens to ensure this animal was not disturbed. Video credit to Anthony Quintano and Honolulu Civil Beat.