The Great White Shark is an Australian legend. From a storied history of attack that began in the 1920's, the notorious "white death" has become a national treasure.
This special examines the history of the white shark in Australia, from gruesome encounters with humans to the latest research.
Now, by catching white sharks and implanting them with transmitters, researchers are tracking these predators and understanding for the first time where they go and what they do.
Approximate Running Time: 50 minutes
Classification: Exempt (Exempt From Classification)
Number of Discs: 1
Region: 4 (Australia & New Zealand)
Released: 9th December 2003
Running Time: 50 mins