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Reef lobsters’ antennae make them easy to spot

By Susan Scott

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Mar 03, 2014

~~<p>During one of those muggy Kona weather days, I went snorkeling off Lani&shy;kai Beach in water that was calm, clear and refreshing. I swam over the dense coral heads off the center of the beach, looking for fish and invertebrates to brighten my day.</p>
<p>After about 30 minutes I had seen only flashes of fish diving for cover and little else. Discouraged over the lack of marine life, I turned toward the beach to swim home.</p>
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During one of those muggy Kona weather days, I went snorkeling off Lani­kai Beach in water that was calm, clear and refreshing. I swam over the dense coral heads off the center of the beach, looking for fish and invertebrates to brighten my day.

After about 30 minutes I had seen only flashes of fish diving for cover and little else. Discouraged over the lack of marine life, I turned toward the beach to swim home. Login for more...



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