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For centuries, akule have been bountiful in Hawai‘i. In earlier times, villages posted lookouts - kilo i‘a - above the bays to alert everyone to the akule’s seasonal arrivals. Easy to see when gathering in the shallows, the dense schools would form riverine patterns, like ribbons blown aloft – then suddenly contract into a writhing sculpture, a vortex, unwinding again and moving on.
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