A pair of cave paintings are making a splash in the popular tourist destination of Kona, Hawaii, where visitors can still see the prehistoric cave paintings on the walls.
The cave paintings depict fish and cave animals from around the world, with a wide variety of styles.
They include an elephant in a cave and a bird and a scorpion in a lake.
The Kona Zoo said it is still deciding how to sell the paintings.
But the zoo said in a statement the Kona cave paintings can be bought at the Kookalu Cave Museum in the city.
The zoo said it would start selling the paintings after the museum closes and it would open its doors in late 2019.
Kookalua Cave Museum owner Kevin Matson said the paintings are a big draw for visitors.
Matson said Kookala Cave Museum has been offering the paintings for the past 10 years.
“It’s just something that’s always been there.
There are so many people that come in and out of our museum, and I’ve never seen so many,” Matson told ABC News.
The museum has the largest collection of cave art, with about 60,000 pieces.
Matsui said the Kolla Cave Museum and the Kawa Cave Museum are in the same location.
“They’re all very similar.
I think the museum will sell more of the paintings,” he said.
But Matson has heard of people not wanting to go back into the cave, even if it is part of their favorite place.
He said he hopes people will come back and see the paintings again.
“The cave is a beautiful place and they’re just trying to make a little money out of it,” he told ABCNews.com.
“We’re not really going to do anything illegal.
If we do anything, it will be for the benefit of the animals.”