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There’s just something entrancing about watching Maka onaona, a monk seal who lives at the Waikiki Aquarium in Honolulu, as he spins in circles in his pool. Maka onaona has lived at the aquarium for nearly 30 years, since being abandoned by his mom as a newborn pup. His species is among the most endangered in the world, with only about 1,100 of them surviving in the wild, reports Buzzfeed.
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