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This is a modern structure, created to acknowledge and honor Kāne, who visits Kahoʻolawe in the form of live-giving rain clouds that cross the channel from Haleakalā. The rain has a traditional name: Naulu. The other upright on the ahu honors Kamohoaliʻi, the shark whose lua (home) is below at Kanapou Bay.