View photos A Hawaiian monk seal pup, right, and her mother rest on a Waikiki beach in Honolulu on Tuesday, Aug. 8, 2017. State and federal authorities plan to move a newborn Hawaiian monk seal away from congested Waikiki so it can remain a wild animal and won’t become accustomed to interacting with people. (AP Photo/Audrey McAvoy) More

HONOLULU (AP) — State and federal authorities plan to move a newborn Hawaiian monk seal away from congested Waikiki so it can remain a wild animal and won’t become accustomed to interacting with people.

Officials will take the seal shortly after it is weaned to a remote, undisclosed part of Oahu island, David Schofield, the regional marine mammal response coordinator for the

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