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  • WHEN SHARKS ATTACK

  • Premieres Thursday, August 10th at 7:45pm HKT, 6:45pm BKK/JKT
  • Nat Geo Wild

DESCRIPTION

Join this deep sea saga with underwater photography, gripping news archives & paralyzing testimony to investigate three mysterious and deadly recent shark attacks.

EPISODE GUIDE

  • When Sharks Attack: Florida Frenzy
    In spring 2012 beachgoers along Floridas Mid-Atlantic coast are under attack by what some believe to be a rogue shark.
  • When Sharks Attack: California Killer
    The densely populated coastline of Southern California has suddenly come under attack by natures largest and most ferocious predator.
  • When Sharks Attack: Panic In Paradise
    In April of 2008, Zihuatanejo, Mexico is transformed from a safe haven of crystal clear water into one of the most dangerous beaches in the world.
  • When Sharks Attack: Four Strike Summer
    The North Carolina coastline is one the country's most popular tourist destinations, thanks to its warm waters and powder white sands.
  • When Sharks Attack: 10 Minutes of Terror
    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a wildly popular tourist destination for millions of Americans.
  • When Sharks Attack: Red Terror
    In December 2010 sharks turn the tropic resort of Sharm El Sheikh Egypt into a predator's killing zone.
  • When Sharks Attack: Cape Terror
    South Africa's magnificent Western Cape, famed for its wide sandy beaches, sunny climate and powerful surf.
  • When Sharks Attack: Tropical Terror
    The Big Island of Hawaii is one the country's most popular tourist destinations, thanks to its turquoise waters and warm, inviting sands.
  • When Sharks Attack: Blood In The Water
    The Bahamas welcomes tourists from all over the world.
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