Kailua-Kona care facility waiting for next batch of monk seals after successful graduation

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KE KAI OLA, KAILUA-KONA — For the moment the bass barks of monk seals absent from the Hawaiian monk seal hospital, as a rehabilitated group of seven has headed back to their homes throughout the islands. ADVERTISING KE KAI OLA,