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The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum has engaged in ethnological and biological studies in Hawai‘i and the Pacific Islands for over 100 years. Bishop Museum’s collections of artifacts and biological specimens, library of published and unpublished documents, biodiversity databases, and staff expertise make it an unparalleled source of knowledge on the Pacific Basin. We invite you to explore our collections, and make discoveries of your own.

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Learn about the research projects Bishop Museum scientists are working on in the Hawaiian Islands and the greater Pacific Basin.

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