Life in the 
Hawaiian Islands
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From Laysan Atoll, the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, Johnston to Palmyra atolls, the fringes of the Pacific have been our focal points, and the fringes of other oceans are on our horizon.


Mala’e Productions has traveled virtually the entire Hawaiian Island chain documenting the raw nature of Hawaii’s interesting places and unique habitats.  Enjoy these non narrated excerpts of the series set to music. 

Hawaii is home to one of the highest densities of endangered and endemic species in the world. 


Hawaii’s widely varying species are the result of extreme isolation and the islands topography encompassing a wide range of climates and habitats. 


Harboring 11 of 13 climactic regions, from tropical to alpine, Hawaii’s topography can go from tropical rain forest to dessert in a matter of miles, and one can travel from snow capped mountains to a sunny beach in less than an hour.

Nature 
         Relaxation  
 
Time lapse

Mountains

Beaches 

Waterfalls

Surfing

Pelagic Life

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Imagery From across The Hawaiian Island Chain:

Nature

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