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According to Shark Savers, sharks are important because of the role they play in the oceans. Sharks have a positive effect on food webs, ocean populations and habitat health.


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"What the Shark?" is a National Geographic SharkFest special that introduces you to the weirdest sharks in the world, including two that swam with the dinosaurs!


The largest Great White Shark in the World | Most Wanted Sharks There are millions of sharks in our oceans, but a select few are so fascinating, they've become worldwide celebrities. We're diving into the stories of the greatest shark stars of all time, each with their own legion of social media followers.


If you miss any of these, check the Nat Geo Wild schedule starting Aug. 9 for encore broadcasts and more shark programming. Some programming descriptions are provided by networks. Brooke Cain


Sharks, Jaws, Great White. The Big Five 2020 HD [National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD] Sharks, Jaws, Great White. The Big Five 2020 HD [National Geographi...


Because of the high demand and value of shark fins, some shark populations have plummeted by up to 70 percent, causing a ripple effect in ecosystems and endangering at least 74 shark species. However, measures are being taken to protect sharks, with a number of countries and jurisdictions cracking down on unsustainable shark fishing.


In a remote corner of the South Pacific, National Geographic Explorer Enric Sala – one of the world’s leading marine ecologists – leads an elite team into an isolated underwater Eden.  Sharks reign in the southern Line Islands, where humans rarely visit and survival is still of the fittest.  Completing a daring survey of life on the reef from the mic...


Gold Coast Shark Attacks [National Geographic Documentary HD 2017] Well, in a nutshell, yes. But you're more likely to be attacked by lightning than a shark....


Hollywood has typecast the great white shark as a ferocious predator intent on finding yet another swimmer to feast on, yet this apex predator has no taste for human flesh. The stereotype inflates the bounty for their teeth, jaws and fins, yet despite years of research, the great white remains one of the most vulnerable and elusive creatures of the deep.Shark Men boldly unmasks the mysteries ...