At Kiholo Bay, very cool fresh-water from the surrouding lava fields makes its way
into the warm tropical salt water of the bay, forming two layers that give this scene
its characteristic blue-green opalescence. Turtles use this remote area to rest after
an exhausting day after foraging underwater for Limu (seaweed), their main diet.
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