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National Geographic’s SharkFest is again, and 2021 is packed filled with all-new originals concerning the apex predators. Kicking off with Shark Beach starring Chris Hemsworth on Monday, July 5, the annual tv occasion options over 21 hours of latest premieres plus 60 hours of enhanced content material, together with new installments of When Sharks Attack and the doc Playing With Sharks

While rolling out over the subsequent two weeks on the National Geographic Channel, this yr audiences may also be capable of stream choose shark-themed specials. Check out the complete information to SharkFest beneath, together with when to look at National Geographic and the way to stream on platforms Disney+ and Hulu. 

When Sharks Attack

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 5 at 8/7c

Stream on Disney+: July 9

The world’s seashores shortly flip lethal on this terror-filled deep-sea saga when sharks descend, surprising the area people and sending scientists reeling. What causes these spikes in exercise? And how can they be prevented?

Shark Beach With Chris Hemsworth

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 5 at 9/8c

Stream on Disney+: July 9

Thor himself is on a mission to uncover the science of shark habits and uncover how people and sharks can safely coexist. After a rise in native shark assaults alongside the east coast of Australia, Hemsworth seeks to know totally different species of sharks and their behaviors whereas additionally exploring new preventative measures and the most recent expertise to assist stave off shark-human encounters. 

Rogue Shark?

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 5 at 10/9c

Stream on Disney+: July 9

In October 2018, the distant islands of the Whitsunday in Australia have been rocked by a sequence of shark assaults. Incredibly, all of the victims have been attacked in the identical small patch of ocean, no bigger than 4 soccer fields. Was a rogue serial killer on the unfastened? Or was one thing new drawing sharks and people into battle?

Orca vs. Great White

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 6 at 10/9c

Stream on Disney+: July 9

Off the coast of South Africa in 2017, orcas started searching and killing nice white sharks. Now, researchers in New Zealand got down to uncover if it may occur once more. Diving with a number of shark populations alongside New Zealand’s southern coast, they examine this homicide thriller and search solutions to this burning query: have their native orcas developed a style for nice white sharks?

Shark Gangs

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National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 7 at 10/9c

Stream on Disney+: July 9

For years, sharks have been seen as solitary predators, however scientists have just lately found a shocking new habits. In this particular, it is revealed how this apex predator likes to hang around in gangs. So what’s behind this habits? Do sharks get pleasure from a social life, or are they working collectively to turn out to be much more efficient hunters?

Croc That Ate Jaws

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National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 8 at 10/9c

Stream on Disney+: July 9

From mysterious severed heads and ambush assaults to mob hunts and stand-offs, what occurs when two of the deadliest predators on the planet go head-to-head?

World’s Most Dangerous Shark?

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National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 9 at 10/9c

Stream on Disney+: July 16

The nice white has a status for being the scariest within the sea, however explorer Jacques Cousteau referred to as the oceanic whitetip “the most dangerous of all sharks.” Two groups of specialists dive deep into the world of the oceanic whitetip to disclose what makes this species a prime contender for the title of “world’s most dangerous shark.”

Shark Attack Files

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 12 at 9/8c

Stream on Disney+: July 16

This action-packed sequence is an investigation into weird and engaging shark habits. Featuring footage from precise assaults, interactions and habits captured by each professionals and observant bystanders, each twist and switch leaves viewers sitting on the sting of their seats. Scientific specialists and investigators dive deeper into the thriller of those unexplained behaviors and are available to a shocking revelation that ties these extraordinary occasions collectively.

Shark Attack Investigation: The Paige Winter Story

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 12 at 10/9c

Stream on Disney+: July 16

Paige Winter was solely 17 years outdated when she misplaced a leg and a portion of her hand to a shark. Experts unpack the small print of her assault to find out what sort of shark is accountable and what will be performed, if something, to keep away from this taking place once more. Despite all Paige has lived by way of, this inspirational teen stays an advocate for sharks and, with the steerage of pros, takes courageous steps to beat her best fears.

World’s Biggest Bull Shark?

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 13 at 10/9c

Stream on Disney+: July 16

It was a freak encounter that broke all of the information. In 2012, off the coast of Florida, shark scientist Dr. Neil Hammerschlag caught the mom of all bull sharks, stretching greater than 10-feet lengthy and weighing over 1,000 kilos! They named her Big Bull and set her free. Bull sharks in Florida patrol the seashores, terrifyingly near the swimmers, and feast on seasonal migrations of baitfish. Many lengthy thought these sharks have been simply well-fed, however now some scientists consider that Big Bull is the matriarch of a novel inhabitants of giants.

Killer Shark vs. Killer Whale

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Watch on National Geographic: July 15 at 10/9c

Stream on Disney+: Aug. 6

The thriller of orcas attacking nice white sharks for his or her livers leaves scientists baffled. This uncommon predatory habits has been witnessed in three components of the world: California, South Africa and Australia. But probably the most surprising consequence is the disappearance of the opposite sharks after the occasion. How are they speaking with their kin and getting out of dodge when the killer whales transfer in?

Playing With Sharks 

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Stream on Disney+: July 23

A real pioneer in each underwater filmmaking and shark analysis, Valerie Taylor is a dwelling legend and icon within the underwater world whose life’s work has turn out to be the idea for a lot of what we learn about sharks at this time. Through outstanding underwater archival footage, together with interviews with Valerie herself, the documentary follows this daring ocean explorer’s trajectory from champion spearfisher to passionate shark protector.

When Sharks Attack Seasons 1-6

National Geographic's SharkFest

National Geographic

Stream on Hulu: During all of SharkFest

All six earlier seasons of the hit present employs underwater images, information archives and testimonials to deep dive into mysterious and lethal shark assaults.

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