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Eddie Kamae introduces his song "Nānā Mai"

Eddie Kamae introduces his song "Nānā Mai"

Eddie Kamae shares his thoughts behind his song "Nānā Mai" about Hawaiian Happy-face spiders. He also speaks about the book Kepelino's "Hoiliili...

Duration:
00:28:35
B-roll footage of Hawaiian Happy-face spider and other unidentified animals

B-roll footage of Hawaiian Happy-face spider and other...

This video is comprised of footage of the Happy-face spider and other unidentified animals not featured in this clip. The Happy-face spider is...

Duration:
00:19:29
Happy-face spider at Mt. Kaʻala with zoologist Dr.Michael "Mike" Hadfield and biologist Dr. Steven "Steve" Lee Montgomery

Happy-face spider at Mt. Kaʻala with zoologist Dr.Michael...

Conservation biologist Dr. Steve Montgomery reflects on his discovery of the Happy-face spider and carnivorous caterpillar. He also shares his...

Duration:
00:22:24
Slides of Happy-face spiders

Slides of Happy-face spiders

This video includes footage slides of different types of Happy-face spiders which are endemic to Hawaiʻi.

Duration:
00:20:14
Eddie Kamae and The Sons of Hawaiʻi perform Forest Songs tape 2

Eddie Kamae and The Sons of Hawaiʻi perform Forest Songs...

Eddie Kamae and The Sons of Hawaiʻi (Braddah Smitty, George Kuo, and Joe Marshall) perform one last take of the instrumental version of "Sweet Hāhā...

Year:
1991
Duration:
00:17:43