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Fact About Mānana Island:

 

Mānana Island, also known as Rabbit Island, is a small, uninhabited islet located off the eastern coast of Oʻahu, Hawaii, near Makapuʻu Beach. The island is named for its shape, which resembles a rabbit's head, and its past history of hosting a rabbit colony introduced in the 1880s for farming. Today, Mānana Island is a state seabird sanctuary, providing a protected habitat for various bird species, including wedge-tailed shearwaters and red-footed boobies. Public access to the island is restricted to protect the wildlife and preserve its natural environment.

Mānana Island

PriceFrom C$49.00

The poster comes in two sizes. It is printed on Sihl Postercolor X180 paper. The poster will be rolled and shipped in a tube.

 

About Sihl Postercolor X180 paper:

 

High quality poster paper with blocking layer for advertising applications

A bright white, barrier-coated, matt poster paper for indoor photographic and advertising applications. In combination with aqueous and latex inks, it guarantees a broad colour spectrum and high optical densities. Its barrier coating enables good flatness, even when printing with large ink densities.

 

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