The swajis are a family of fishes from Hawaii.
They are called hula fish and they are sometimes called Hawaiian flippers.
Paul Swaie, an ornithologist and fish biologist at the University of Hawaii, told National Review that he first saw the swai while studying the history of Hawaii.
Swai has been studying the hula for years.
They have been described as being “an evolutionary anomaly.”
He was inspired by the fact that the hulu were an island species and that they were not native to Hawaii.
This is something I’ve been interested in for years and I knew this was an island fish, Swai told National Reviews.
The hula is a member of the family of the freshwater fish called halacara and the freshwater carp, both of which are native to the Hawaiian Islands.
The halacaras are a major part of the ecosystem of the islands, but they have been in decline.
Halacara populations are being depleted because of pollution, the spread of disease and the introduction of invasive species.
The fish were found on the banks of the Maui River in the 1950s and 1960s.
Scientists believe that they had been introduced from the Philippines by a Japanese company, which also released them into the wild.
The company eventually closed the river and moved them to the ocean.
The population was reduced to around 3,000 individuals in the 1980s and 1990s.
Swaies team began a study in 1996, using underwater cameras, sonar and other instruments to record the movements of the fish.
They also collected samples of the water around the hulias bodies and the bodies of other species of freshwater fish.
Swain was interested in the fish because they had a unique evolutionary history.
He noted that the halacars are closely related to the carp, and they have also been known to be closely related.
But they are more closely related than halacarian, Swaiel said.
The Halacarans ancestors are known to have existed at the same time as the halacs ancestors.
The scientists found that the swaii have been around for about 300 million years.
It is likely that they have adapted to life in the salt water of the Pacific Ocean.
There have been two other species that have been found in the same area of the ocean, but those have been about 250 million years old.
This was a group of fish that was called the tukitum, which means “little fish.”
The researchers also found the swari, a species of large freshwater fish that are also known as pinnipeds.
The swari are considered to be the smallest freshwater fish in the ocean because they are only a few millimeters in size.
They live on the beaches of the Hawaiian islands.
They spend their days feeding on squid and crabs.
The tuki and swari have been studied closely by scientists for years because of the similarities in their physiology and behavior.
But the swais ancestors were not present in the area at that time, and so they weren’t related to them, Swais said.
He said that they may be related to other fishes that live in the Pacific.
Swaii believes that the fish are an evolutionary anomaly because of how they evolved.
They were probably introduced from Asia to Hawaii and are now not native.
The only other species known to exist in Hawaii is the mahi-mahi, which are small freshwater fish native to tropical waters in South America.
The species is one of the few known to survive in the wild in the state of Hawaii and its tributaries.
But it is rare for the mai-mai to migrate, Swae said.
There are many other fish species that are known in Hawaii that have not been studied because of their rarity.
He hopes that this study will provide a glimpse of the diversity of this fish.
It also provides insight into the biology of the mahua-mahua, a large freshwater species native to North America, he said.
Swais is currently working on an update of the study and is working on finding more information about the swae and the tuski.
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