The University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa’s HIMB is home to Hawaiʻi’s first incineration toilet that uses no water and produces no sewage. This state-of-the-art toilet could help solve cesspool problems around the state.
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Mother humpback whale and her newborn calf, with blood visible in the water from the birth. Photo: HIMB Marine Mammal Research Program. NOAA permit: #20311-01.
More complex habitats tend to contain more species. Reef fishes and brittlestars using corals as habitat and for protection. Credit: Damaris Torres-Pulliza.