Victims say it feels like getting hit by a truck. But this attacker isn’t made of steel. Instead it’s made up of rows of razor-sharp teeth, a finely-honed killer instinct and a voracious appetite. Sharks are considered by many to be the ultimate predator.
So how do you survive an encounter with this beast?
Researchers believe our best chances lie in understanding the Science of Shark Attacks. By studying why sharks attack humans, scientists are finding ways to make humans appear a less attractive meal.
Learn what some coastal areas are doing to thwart attacks. How do underwater researchers make their way out of a feeding frenzy alive?
Find out in The Science of Shark Attacks.
Approximate Running Time: 52 minutes
Classification: Exempt From Classification (Exempt From Classification)
Number of Discs: 1
Region: 4 (Australia & New Zealand)
Released: 1st January 2003
Running Time: 52 mins