Today, we were visited by `anakē Kehau Kupihea's, an anthropologist and she studies and teaches different people about Mokauea. She told us that Mokauea is the site of O'ahu's last Hawaiian fishing village and one of the only two left in Hawai'i (the other one is Miloli'i on the Big Island of Hawaii). Some mo'olelos that were very interesting that she told was they used to take care of the sharks and ride them. But today, it's different because the sharks might harm us. The real name of Sand Island is Mauli Ola. We look forward to visiting Mokauea next week to learn about the intertidal area of this special place!