Are sharks out to get you? That’s the driving question behind this high-adrenaline, two-hour live National Geographic event. Shark Attack Experiment Live will beam from some of the world’s most shark-infested waters off the coast of South Africa. Commonly referred to as “Shark Bay,” it is home to some of the most concentrated and diverse shark populations in the world, including species with a reputation for attacking people, such as great white, bull, tiger, black tip, mako, ragged tooth and blue sharks. Here, a team of free-divers and conservationists put their safety on the line to separate shark attack myths from realities while swimming freely among them. Also, on location during Shark Attack Experiment Live are shark attack victims to tell their stories and enter the water for the first time since their traumatic encounters. With experts on hand, these victims will have the opportunity to come close to sharks and finally understand why they may have been attacked.
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BEHIND THE SCENE STREAM STARTS Saturday 26 NOVEMBER 1.15AM CAT
SHARK ATTACK EXPERIMENT LIVE STARTS Saturday 26 NOVEMBER 4.00AM CAT
Friday 31 May at 07:00 AM CAT - Nat Geo Wild
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