Opihi Shellfish at Wawaloli Beach in Hawaii (Big Island)

Opihi Shellfish at Wawaloli Beach in Hawaii (Big Island)

Opihi Shellfish at Wawaloli Beach in Hawaii (Big Island)

Opihi, a species of marine gastropod mollusc in the genus cellana cling to sea cliff rocks at Wawaloli Beach in Hawaii (Big Island), a traditional Hawaiian food source popular with locals – they taste of the sea with a texture similar to sea snails or abalone.

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