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  • WHEN SHARKS ATTACK

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  • National Geographic

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At some of the world's most idyllic beaches, sudden spikes in shark attacks wreak havoc for tourists. The question is why? And which beach is next?

EPISODE GUIDE

  • 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. But between 2013 and 2015, the island's beaches are rocked by a terrifying series of events - nine brutal shark attacks. The harrowing incidents leave locals and vacationers in shock, with many people wondering if its safe to go into the water. Desperate to restore harmony to this peaceful tropical isle, experts hunt for clues that could reveal the cause of this horrific spike.
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    Tuesday 24 November 2020 at 11:00AM - National Geographic
  • When Sharks Attack: 10 Minutes of Terror
    Myrtle Beach, South Carolina is a wildly popular tourist destination for millions of Americans. But few of them realize they're sharing these sandy shores with an unwelcomed guest: sharks. June 14th, 2012 is a day few beachgoers will ever forget. In the span of just 10 minutes, 4 swimmers fall prey to shark bites. The rare spike leaves residents on edge and scientists baffled. A team of investigators try to uncover the truth behind these mysterious attacks.
  • When Sharks Attack: Red Terror
    In December 2010 sharks turn the tropic resort of Sharm El Sheikh Egypt into a predator's killing zone. 5 attacks in less than a week and 1 of them is fatal. Attacks are virtually unheard of here, leaving experts baffled. What ensues is one of the most intriguing oceanic mysteries of all time. From accusations of foreign powers sending killer robot sharks to attack tourists to bizarre sighting of dead sheep washing up on shore - no stone is left un-turned. And yet the answer is more chilling than anymore could have imagined.
  • When Sharks Attack: Cape Terror
    South Africa's magnificent Western Cape, famed for its wide sandy beaches, sunny climate and powerful surf. But in the last decade alone there have been twenty-seven shark attacks, including eleven fatalities and two amputations. And the numbers keep growing. Why is South Africa's Western Cape so deadly?
    Next Showing:  
    Tuesday 27 October 2020 at 5:00PM - National Geographic
    Repeats:  
    Saturday 31 October 2020 at 7:00AM - National Geographic

    Sunday 1 November 2020 at 3:00AM - National Geographic
  • 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. But during 2019 the state's beaches are rocked by a terrifying series of events - four shark attacks in less than two months. The incidents leave locals and vacationers in shock, with many people wondering if its safe to go into the water. Desperate to restore harmony to this vacation paradise, experts hunt for clues that could reveal the cause of these tragic events.
    Next Showing:  
    Monday 2 November 2020 at 9:00PM - National Geographic
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    Tuesday 3 November 2020 at 1:00AM - National Geographic

    Tuesday 3 November 2020 at 5:00AM - National Geographic
  • When Sharks Attack: Blood In The Water
    The Bahamas welcomes tourists from all over the world. They come to see beautiful coral, explore the exotic marine life, and enjoy its peaceful waters. But in the summer of 2019, the island nation is rocked by chaos. Three beachgoers are attacked by sharks. One of the attacks is fatal. Locals and vacationers alike are left reeling - and the country's $1 billion tourism industry is suddenly in peril. So why did the beaches of the Bahamas become so deadly? And will they ever be safe?
    Next Showing:  
    Monday 9 November 2020 at 9:00PM - National Geographic
    Repeats:  
    Tuesday 10 November 2020 at 2:00AM - National Geographic

    Tuesday 10 November 2020 at 7:00AM - National Geographic
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