Mānana Island (Rabbit Island)

Mānana Island (Rabbit Island), Honolulu Overview

Manana Island, also named Rabbit island, is located ten miles off the Maine shoreline. It is referred to as Rabbit Island mainly for its rabbit's head-like structure and because Jonh Adams Cummins introduced rabbits in the Waimānalo farm. However, the massive destruction they caused to the ecosystem resulted in their eradication. The series of Honolulu volcanic eruptions resulted in the creation of Manana. The island is a state-protected seabird sanctuary, and entry without state permission is prohibited. It provides habitat to sooty terns, wedge-tailed shearwaters, Red-tailed tropicbirds, Hawaiian Monk Seals, etc. Although authorization is necessary, Manana Island is one of the most exotic destinations.

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