National Geographic : 1941 Mar
© National Geographic Society Natural Color Photograph by Walter H.Chute "Where the Humu Humu Nuku Nuku Apua'a Goes Swimmingby" This line from the popular song, "My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii," mentions the Rectangular Triggerfish (lower left) byitsHawaiian name, which means "a fish that sews and grunts like a pig." The Longnose Butterflyfish (upper left) is freakish in both shape and markings. The Yellow Tang ispure lemon color all over except for the eyes and white caudal spines. The Whiteline Squirrelfish (right) is abundant in holes on rocky shores.