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Hawaii rises from the sea a volcanic wasteland and is gradually transformed into a lush paradise.

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Hawaii begins as a volcanic wasteland and transforms to a lush paradise.
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Creatures great and small struggle to live in Hawaii's waters, battling the lava, currents and each other in an epic tale of survival.

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