An unusual stow-away was captured in a Pearl City vegetable warehouse.
A seven-inch bat hitched a ride in a shipment of radishes and turnips from Korea.
Bats are sometimes found in shipments to Hawaii, but are rarely alive when they're found.
Officials say this bat lived because it was hibernating in the chilled vegetable storage site for 30 days.
They captured the bat and euthanized it to avoid bringing rabies to Hawaii, although it ended up testing negative for the virus.