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Nat Geo WILD: Shark Invasion

The harbors surrounding Sydney, Australia, have become hunting grounds for some of the most dangerous shark species known to man.  After three attacks in just three weeks, a wave of terror rises over the people of Sydney, whose waters are being haunted by great white, tiger and bull sharks.  Using an elaborate underwater surveillance system, an elite team of marine biologists are able to track the predators, revealing how close the danger really is in Shark Invasion.

Shark Invasion starts at 7P et/pt as part of the day-long marathon leading up to the premiere of Shark Attack Experiment Live at 9P et/pt.

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  2. maxinpains
    somewhere below this planet earth
    November 25, 2011, 8:49 pm

    There is enough food sources in the oceans is the main causes i believe. Other wise, they don’t get too close to such as shores or ports where little fishes breeding ground. Why there is not many fishes are? i don’t know but perhaps we should all ask to themselves….killing & hunting sharks isn’t the cure for this. If you wanna change the world then take a good look at yourself & CHANGE IT.

  3. Stephen Chelminski
    Antrim NH USA
    November 25, 2011, 8:45 pm

    Well, what do you expect, humans catch all the fish sharks normaly eat, so the sharks try to eat the humans.

  4. Trey
    Michigan
    November 25, 2011, 8:17 pm

    Nice commercial, not news at ALL, Newswatch my A*s

    • Matthew Zymet
      November 27, 2011, 1:48 am

      Hey Trey!

      Hope you’ll give the Nat Geo Newswatch another look — it offers amazing updates and news about the natural world. This last week they were kind enough to share this space with Nat Geo WILD so that we could bring you a behind the scenes look at the production of ‘Shark Attack Experiment LIVE’.

      Best,

      Matt Z.
      Nat Geo WILD

  5. Little Joey
    Perth
    November 25, 2011, 8:10 pm

    Solution: Swimming pools