Don't Be Fooled By the Beauty of the Hawaiian Islands, Take Care when you Visit!
by Owen Ayite-Atayi, age 13
Have you ever wondered why the Hawaiian Islands are both harmless and harmful? The Hawaiian Islands have a nice community of people, beautiful palm trees, landscapes and tropical beaches. At the same time, it is filled with dangerous ocean animals, land animals and volcanoes.
Hawaii is made up of a group of islands that expand across 1,500 miles of ocean. The hotspots are located below the islands. Volcanoes form underneath the islands and have created the Hawaiian Islands through centuries of activity.
The Hawaiian Islands are home to animals mainly in the ocean and on land. The wildlife on land is friendly and a great thing to see if you go and travel to the islands.
Most of the Hawaiian Islands aren't so pleasant at some points. The volcanos’ magma can reach up to 600°C and melt trees, rocks, bushes and even buildings. Most volcanoes are located and active on the island of Kilauea.
Additionally, ocean animals are aggressive and harmful when it comes to unwanted visitors that get in their way. However these animals will not bother people if people do not bother them. The waves can also be dangerous at times but most of the time they are perfect for surfboarding.
The Hawaiian Islands are an interesting place and anyone should visit them if they get a chance.
[Source: 100 Great Wonders of the World]