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THIS BLOG IS SO THAT PEOPLE CAN STAY UP TO DATE WITH WHAT’S HAPPENING AT SUNRISESHELLS.  SUNRISESHELLS WAS DEVELOPED TO HELP BETTER UNDERSTAND THE RARE ENDEMIC SCALLOP OF HAWAII.  OUR MISSION IS THAT THROUGH RESEARCH, WE CAN GAIN MORE KNOWLEDGE ABOUT SUNRISE SHELLS AND WHAT MAKES THEM SO SPECIAL.

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  1. Its sad to know that people are exploiting such a organic thing. I visited Kauai five years ago. I camped in a local park on the west side of the island and was welcomed with so much aloha. I cherish my time with the wonderful locals i met being invited to cookouts and into there homes. On a no surf day i drove out to Queens Pond and combed the beach for kissing shells, and found two beach worn sunrise shells. I was shown how to make a necklace with the kissing shells and sunrise shells. I was also given some special little yellow snail shells from a outer island. I forget the name of these shells, but I made two wonderful necklaces for my wife and mother. mahalo

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