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An entire island in the Hawaiian archipelago has been washed away into the Pacific Ocean, seemingly overnight.

Scientists confirmed this week that the remote East Island, home to endangered Hawaiian monk seals and green sea turtles, rapidly eroded during the powerful Hurricane Walaka that struck at the beginning of October.

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Shocking before and after images show the expanse of sand and gravel that once stood there is now almost entirely gone, leaving behind nothing but a faint outline of the land beneath the surface.

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