Hawaiian mythology doesn’t have its fair share of cryptoids.
I think that’s mostly true because everything is or can be mystical. In Hawaiian mythology, there’s just not that much outside the normal.
I collect sasquatch/bigfoot/ wild man legends. Every state in the USA has its own such legend – except for Hawaii.
Oh, well, at least Hawaii has the Mehenune . Menehune are small, even dwarf-like people who hide in the forests and jungles from humans. They are astonishing craftsmen who can build great feats of engineering in a single night.
The best description of the menehune I’ve found is at the fatemag site. http://www.fatemag.com/aloha-cryptozoology-mythic-and-mystery-beasts-of-Hawaii/
“the menehune are… two to three feet tall, stout and muscular with hairy, dark or dark-red skin, large eyes and long eyebrows, a protruding brow, very long hair on their heads, a short thick nose, sharp ears, a small mouth, broad shoulders, and a round stomach. Living in forest caves and emerging mainly at night, they speak via a series of deep growls or whispers…”
Here’s hoping I will one day meet a few.