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SHARK!!! It is one of the most feared and misunderstood animals in the ocean, but the Scare Tactics and mockumentaries are best left to others. NAT GEO WILD is dedicating an entire week to celebrating awesome jaws with wall-to-wall shark action and fun facts about the amazing species and their vital role in the ecosystem in the second annual SharkFest, premiering Sunday, Aug. 10, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
New premiere Shark Kill Zone features in-depth profiles of individual species including great white, hammerhead and reef sharks, with insights from shark experts, scientists and filmmakers for a comprehensive look at what makes these animals tick. There is also the season finale of Monster Fish with Dr. Zeb Hogan, tracking down two of Australia's most dangerous river shark species. The week also includes incredible shark attack investigations that have experts racing against the clock to stop the bloodshed.
SHARKFEST PREMIERES INCLUDE:
Shark Kill Zone
Premieres Sunday, Aug. 10, at 8 p.m. ET/PT
They may be the ocean's top predators, but sharks still face great challenges at mealtime. Watch 10 remarkable shark species including whale and angel sharks on their hunt for prey in various corners of the world. Shark Kill Zone takes an in-depth look at how sharks developed their unique and cunning hunting techniques. What's the secret of their amazing success? What does is take for a shark to catch a meal?
SHARK KILL ZONE VIDEO CLIPS: SHARK KILL ZONE - includes footage of aerial shark attacks
Monster Fish: River Jaws
Premieres Monday, Aug. 11, at 9 p.m. ET/PT
Fish biologist Dr. Zeb Hogan tracks down the most elusive and most dangerous river sharks down under. First, he tackles the mighty bull shark - a deadly predator capable of reaching lengths equivalent to a small car. Then, he searches for the elusive speartooth. Little is known about the speartooth; many people are unaware of its existence. Joined by a curator from the Territory Wildlife Park, the team hopes to find a speartooth that could help researchers protect this extremely rare species.
SUNDAY, AUG. 10 7 PM ET/PT - Red Sea Jaws 8 PM ET/PT - Shark Kill Zone - PREMIERE - Video Clips - footage of aerial shark attacks 9 PM ET/PT - Shocking Sharks - Video Clips - footage of underwater shark feeding frenzy 10 PM ET/PT - The Whale That Ate Jaws: Bite Sized