People on small islands have lived in co-existence with sharks for centuries, some even going as far as to make sharks part of their religion. Hawaiians have had a strong respect for sharks ingrained in their culture for centuries. Some Hawaiian natives continue to respect sharks after losing limbs to them, often seeing them in the wild as a sign from an ancient ancestor’s spirit. For this seventh episode of The Deep End, Fusion’s Madison Stewart meets two Hawaiians who’ve had their share of run-ins with the ocean’s top predators.