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This is a view of some of the coral reefs along the southern shore of Molokai.

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East Molokai has deeply eroded valleys. Because this mountain lies on the windward (northeast) side of the island, it is often shrouded in clouds.

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Close-up view of some of the valleys on the southeastern side of Molokai.

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This air view of Kalaupapa on the north shore of Molokai shows the very steep, high cliffs and the peninsula that was formed by a relatively recent volcanic eruption. The feature that looks like a tadpole is actually an old lava channel that was formed by the vigorous eruption.

Copyright by P. Mouginis-Mark