The Mokupāpapa Discovery Center is the interpretive center for Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands and is run by NOAAʻs Office of National Marine Sanctuaries in partnership with the National Marine Sanctuary Foundation. The aquarium features unique endemic fish from Papahānaumokuākea and the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, and some that are found nowhere else in the world. Some of the fish featured in the tank include the beautiful bandit angelfish and the orange anthias which were collected during a deep diving research expedition to the Monument. One of the most unique fish is the orange margin butterflyfish which received its scientific name only a few years ago.
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