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  • Hunted predator show

    Hunted predator

    Sharks have more to fear from us humans than we do from them. On average only 4 people die from Shark attacks each year.

    (03:03)
  • Capture show

    Capture

    It is the moment of capture. A Great White takes the bait, now every second and every action counts for the Shark Men.

    (03:00)
  • Shark cradle show

    Shark cradle

    The team continues to improve the cradle to ensure the shark stays inside while scientist and fishermen talk tactics.

    (03:00)
  • Great white food show

    Great white food

    The Island of Guadalupe is a breeding ground for elephant and fur seals; preferred prey for the Great Whites.

    (03:04)
  • Buoying time show

    Buoying time

    The crew try a new buoying technique but run into difficulty when they hook a Great White while their ship is still anchored.

    (03:04)
  • The trap show

    The trap

    How do you coax a two ton fish into such a small trap? The crew perfect the cradle for their next Great White opportunity.

    (02:59)
  • Big mamma show

    Big mamma

    It's the biggest Great White they've seen so far… and she's a much coveted female but will she take the bait?

    (03:44)
  • Plan B show

    Plan B

    With new crew members and a whole new toolkit the Shark Men are optimistic… until the support boat blows an engine.

    (03:04)
  • Guadalupe Island show

    Guadalupe Island

    The Shark Men have successfully tagged a female Great White and the crew take a look at the seal inhabitants of the Island.

    (03:02)
  • All about bait show

    All about bait

    Scientists and Fishermen work together to bait the Great White, but they don't always see eye-to-eye.

    (03:02)
  • Shark mate show

    Shark mate

    Blood samples are needed from a female Great White to determine whether Sharks are mating at Guadalupe Island, or not.

    (03:01)
  • Great white ecosystem show

    Great white ecosystem

    If we lose sharks our marine ecosystem would be dramatically changed, but not necessarily for the better.

    (03:04)
  • Vulnerable predator show

    Vulnerable predator

    Tagging Great Whites is advancing research and providing key information about how to protect this vulnerable predator.

    (03:03)
  • To bait or not to bait show

    To bait or not to bait

    Anxious to land a true giant, the scientist and the fishermen resume their debate… over bait.

    (03:03)
  • Malibu Shark Hunting show

    Malibu Shark Hunting

    The Shark Men team heads to the sun and surf capital of Malibu on the search for juvenile great whites.

    (02:53)
  • Tagging a Juvenile show

    Tagging a Juvenile

    Doc and the Shark Men manage to hook a juvenile -- but is it old enough to track?

    (03:31)
  • Malibu Sharks show

    Malibu Sharks

    The Shark Men team find many a juvenile roaming the waters just feet away from the surfers of Malibu.

    (02:49)
  • Young and Hungry show

    Young and Hungry

    The crew gets their hands - and tags - on a healthy juvenile female great white.

    (04:08)
  • Give That Captain A Hand show

    Give That Captain A Hand

    Captain Brett risks life and limb to help reel in a shark. But did the team's hook put the great white in danger?

    (03:42)
  • Whale Meat show

    Whale Meat

    The team heads up the coast to San Francisco, but not before grabbing a little whale meat along the way.

    (02:45)