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Teahupo'o is a legendary surf spot off the coast of Tahiti, an island in French Polynesia. The enormous waves attract surfers from around the world, which makes Teahupo'o a hotbed of Tomas activity. It's where the Tomas perfected "tow-in surfing," a technique that allows surfers, like Maleia Kalani, to catch waves that are too big and too fast to paddle out to. In the tow-in method, surfers are towed to a wave by a jet ski or helicopter. Cahills from other branches like to watch from the beach, hoping for a massive Tomas wipeout. However, more often than not, these visitors leave feeling pretty worried about the Clue hunt. After watching the Tomas agents surf at Teahupo'o, it's clear that the branch is totally fearless.