The state fish of Hawaii is the humuhumunukunukuapua'a. I love this fact firstly because it is such a wonderful name for a fish, especially when you consider that there are only 12 letters in the traditional Hawaiian alphabet. Humuhumunukunukuapua'a has 7 distinct letters in it and 21 letters altogether, which means that this is a word which has almost double the amount of letters as the alphabet and in which over 50% of the alphabet is represented.
Secondly, Leon Redbone recorded a song with Ringo Starr in 1994 called "My Little Grass Shack in Kealakekua, Hawaii" which mentions the little fish with the long name. Kealakekua also happens to be where Lyla and I will be staying in preparation for Ramona's arrival. So while she may be born in Waimea further north, arguably Kealakekua will be Ramona's first home. Oh, and it's also noteworthy for this.
The song was written in 1933 for Kona's annual 4th of July canoe races, which explains the video version above. I recommend the Leon Redbone version myself, but there's a certain je ne sais quois about the video. Enjoy.