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|Crossword Clue||Hawaiian wood used to build the earliest surfboards|
|Crossword Clue Explanation||Koa is a species of tree endemic to the Hawaiian Islands and is known for its beautiful wood, which was traditionally used to build surfboards, canoes, and other items. The wood is prized for its strength, durability, and unique grain patterns. Koa is now protected and is only harvested from dead or fallen trees.|
|Clue Category||Science and Nature|
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