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Explores six sharks with unique adaptations that have evolved over millions of years, making them versatile apex predators and the most lethal hunters in the sea.
Return Of The Great White Serial Killer
Seeks to find answers for a series of Great White shark attacks that have occurred with clocklike precision at the same beach, in the same month, every two years.
Shallow Water Invasion
Using a self-propelled shark cage called 'The Explorer', marine biologists Mauricio Hoyos and Grant Johnson will investigate great whites moving into shallow waters at night.
Lair Of The Sawfish
Experts unravel the mystery behind one of the sea's strangest creatures, the sawfish, from its evolutionary links to sharks and rays, to its key role in the marine ecosystem.
Shark expert, Greg Skomal and a team of engineers from the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution are on a mission to find out why Great White sightings in Florida are on the rise.
Alien Sharks: Stranger Fins
Experts seek the world's strangest sharks, from scouring the Bass Strait for sawsharks, to delving into deep water in Tokya Bay to find the goblin shark.
Two experts visit Australia’s remote Northern Territory beaches to explore how salt water crocodiles and tiger sharks clash over the same prey, sea turtles, in a small surf zone.
Wrath Of A Great White Serial Killer
Great white sharks have taken residence in the waters of the Pacific Northwest. Ralph Collier and Brandon McMillian seek to answer why sharks are travelling so far north.
Spawn Of Jaws: The Birth
Dr. Michael Domeier attempts to find the mating waters of the Great White and where it gives birth, which until now has perplexed the scientific community.
The Return Of The Monster Mako
Shark tagger Keith Poe, and marine biologists Greg Stuntz and Matt Ajemain, use state-of-the-art technology to try to document a live-predation of a thousand-pound mako shark.
Tiger Shark Beach
Dr Neil Hammerschlag answers what he calls the key questions of tiger shark science - where do these sharks mate, where do the pregnant females gestate, and where do they give birth?
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