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Hawaii State Marine Mammal

Humpback whale breaching - click to see all state mammal symbols
Breaching humpback whale - photo © Whit Welles / Stellwagen Bank National Marine Sanctuary / Wikipedia.org - published under terms of the GNU Free Documentation license Version 1.2 or later. See All State Animals.

Humpback Whale

Humpback whale video

Hawaii designated the endangered humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) as official state marine mammal in 1979. Hawaii adopted another mammal symbol in 2008 - the Hawaiian monk seal (also endangered).

Humpback whale underwater - click to see all aquatic state symbols
Humpback whale underwater - public domain photo on
The Best Links.com: Humpback Whale. See All State Mammals.
Humpback whale tail - click to see all state mammals
Photo of humpback whale tail by Captain Budd Christman / NOAA -
public domain image on The Best Links.com. See All State Mammals.
Source:
Links:
Humpback Whales: EarthTrust
All State Mammals - All State Aquatic Symbols


    

 

Hawaii Symbols & Icons:

bird -fish - insect
mammal 1 - 2
plant - gem - soil
tree - flower

 

 song - dance
 team sport
 individual sport
 language - motto
 order of merit

 
 Island Flowers:
  Hawai'i - Maui
  O'ahu  - Kaua'i
  Moloka'i
  Lana'i - Ni'ihau
  Kaho'olawe 

 eternal flame
 liberty bell 
 name origin
 nickname
 flag - seal  
 Island colors
 quarter
 

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