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National Geographic Society
National GeographicNat Geo WildNat Geo People

  • Premieres Thursday August 7th at 8:40 pm, 7:40 pm BKK/JKT
  • Nat Geo Wild


Sharks may be at the top of the ocean food chain but catching a meal isn’t always straight forward, or easy. Sharks need to locate and hunt down prey – prey that don’t want to be caught. This film reveals the surprisingly diverse ways by which sharks hunt and the solutions they’ve found to catch prey. Some wait in ambush, others chase at high speed, and still others seek out and search for prey. However they hunt, all sharks are exquisitely designed for their specialized roles as ocean predators. This film highlights the lives of ten exciting sharks from around the world. It shows how the unique conditions of each shark’s preferred hunting ground, as well as its choice of prey, affects every aspect of the hunt, from the shark’s body design to its behavior.