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Hawaiian Monk Seal Videos

     

The story of the Hawaiian monk seal can be seen in vivid detail in our multimedia library. Watch these videos to learn more about this endangered species and how The Marine Mammal Center is working to save it.


Pua & Mele's Journey Home
View a collection of videos from the Hawaii Department of Land and Natural Resources that tells the story of of Pua and Mele returning to the wild.
 

The Grand Opening of Ke Kai Ola
Supporters of the Hawaiian monks seal gathered to launch Ke Kai Ola, the new hospital in Kailua-Kona designed to protect this endangered species. Watch a video about highlights from the grand opening.
 

First Patients at New Marine Mammal Center in Kailua-Kona
The first four Hawaiian monks seal patients at Ke Kai Ola were rescued in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Watch a video about their rescue and their treatment and care.
 

Ikaika and Kūlia Interact
Ikaika and Kūlia were two of the first Hawaiian monks seal patients at Ke Kai Ola. Watch a short video that shows the fascinating interaction between these two pups.
 

Groundbreaking - New Marine Mammal Center Hawaiian Monk Seal Hospital
The Marine Mammal Center held a groundbreaking ceremony for Ke Kai Ola, the new Hawaiian Monk Seal Hospital, on September 15, 2012. Enjoy this video of the groundbreaking and blessing ceremony that took place in Kailua-Kona, Hawaii. Photos courtesy of Heather White Photography.
 

Ilio Holo I Ka UaUa
Mary Piller made this beautiful film that tells the story of the Hawaiian monk seal. Narrated by Dr. Frances Gulland from The Marine Mammal Center.
 

Ke Kai Ola
Another great work from Mary Piller, this film uses visual imagery to tell the story of Ke Kai Ola and how this much-need hospital was built by The Marine Mammal Center.
 

Good Neighbors: How to Share Hawaii's Beaches with Endangered Monk Seals
This eight-minute video from NOAA Fisheries conveys important information about responsible wildlife viewing of Hawaiian monk seals and how being a good neighbor to them is beneficial to both seals and humans. The goal is to enhance public understanding of human-seal interactions and the direct impact that has on the population and recovery of the monk seal species.


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