Scientists embark on an expedition to film bizarre, deadly and extremely rare sharks of the deep sea. Their search reveals species that have changed little since the Jurassic era, and leads them to an encounter with one of the world's rarest sharks.
We follow a crazy duo travelling the globe, diving with sharks to test several theories showing how humans could be causing an increase in Shark Attacks. Could the continuing finning of sharks and destruction of our oceans create a "Sharkpocalypse"?
California's Surf Beach may be haunted by a serial killing great white shark that returns every two years to kill. The key to solving this mystery is a CSI-style forensic study that analyzes bite patterns and uses DNA sampling of teeth left behind.
Top 10 Sharkdown rewrites and updates the international shark attack files for the 21st century, to take a close look at the sharks you don't want to meet this summer -- and which ones you're likely to meet.
Maverick scientist Michael Domeier launches a dangerous mission. Helped by Fast & Furious star Paul Walker, he risks life and limb to unravel the mystery of where Jaws gives birth... by getting within arm's reach of the ocean's fiercest predator.
There have been rumors of a monster shark living in bayous of Louisiana. A team of Cajun fishermen head out to prove its existence while a shark scientist attempts to research bull sharks living in a freshwater lake just outside of New Orleans.
With the first shark attack in the state of Massachusetts for nearly 80 years, RETURN OF JAWS reveals brand new revelations about how the Great Whites live and hunt off Cape Cod by tracking a 17-ft shark with a robot submarine -- a Shark Week first.
In April 2013, a fishing vessel was attacked off the coast of South Africa, killing all on board. A TV crew documented Marine Biologist Collin Drake as he worked to determine the predator responsible. His discovery is presented in this shocking footage.
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