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Mokulua

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Two islets (24.1 acres, 225 feet elevation) off Lanikai, Oʻahu.

  • Literally, two islands.

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Islands (24.1 acres, 225 feet high), Kailua, Oʻahu. Collective name for two islands approximately three-quarters of a mile off Wailea Point in Lanikai. Both are part of the Hawaiʻi State Seabird Sanctuary and primary nesting sites for wedgetailed shearwaters and Bulwer's petrels. The calcareous sand beach in the lee of Moku Nui, the larger island, is a popular landing site for boaters, kayakers, and surfers. Both islands are also known as the Mokuluas, Mokes, and Twin Islands. The larger island is also known as Big Moke, Moku Nui, and Two Humps. The smaller island is also known as Baby Moke, Moku Iki, and One Hump. Lit., two islands.

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