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  • I was the one who tried the fish kebab, the bolani stuffed with scallions, and the narinj palau, rice pilaf studded green and orange with pistachios and orange rind.

    Day of Honey

  • I ka lehulehu e lulumi ana no ka make o Ihuanu ko lakou Pukaua, a e uwe ana hoi, hele aku la o Aiwohikupua, a oki ae la i ke poo o Ihuanu, a me ka laau palau a Ihuanu, a kiola aku la i kona mau hookele, oia ka hooko hope loa ana o kana pule.

    The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai

  • Manao iho la ka moo he luku keia, aia nae e oniu ana o Kaeloikamalama i ka laau palau i ka welau o kona lima.

    The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai

  • I nana aku ka hana o ua moo nei, e ku mai ana o Kaeloikamalama me ka laau palau, o _Kapahielihonua_ ka inoa, he iwakalua anana ka loa, eha kanaka nana e apo puni.

    The Hawaiian Romance Of Laieikawai

  • Royal School; and for our enjoyment she used to prepare all sorts of sweetmeats and delicacies peculiar to the Hawaiians, such as (to call them by our native names) kulolo, paipaiee, and koele-palau, with which our childish tastes were delighted.

    Hawaii's Story, by Hawaii's Queen

  • Protoanguilla palau is a "living fossil" because its DNA has remained "largely unchanged" in 200 million years.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • P. palau "looks so bizarre - large head with relatively short body and various unique," internal characteristics - that scientists didn't think it was an eel at first, says researcher Masaki Miya in Discovery News.

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  • Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B paper, P. palau has certain characteristics, such as a fringed gill collar, unseen in any living member of the eel order.

    Wired Top Stories

  • P. palau thus appeared ancient, but this could have been a recent, coincidental development.

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  • Called Protoanguilla palau, its last common ancestor with any other living creature swam 200 million years ago.

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