Island Life 09-16-18

  • In Kealakekua Bay in March, a black triggerfish, also known as a black durgon, shows some colors other than its eponymous shade to indicate it is excited or agitated. (Donna Goodale/Community Contributor)

In Kealakekua Bay in March, a black triggerfish, also known as a black durgon, shows some colors other than its eponymous shade to indicate it is excited or agitated. (Donna Goodale/Community Contributor)

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