Nat Geo Wild: Bull Shark vs. Great White

Imagine a predator with the appetite of a great white shark, but armed with the ability to stalk its prey in both salt and freshwater. Such a monster once terrorized the Jersey shore. Fabien Cousteau, whose grandfather was ocean adventurer Jacques Cousteau, embarks on a worldwide exploration into the secret lives of sharks, investigates their freshwater incursions and the first recorded shark attacks in the U.S in Attack of the Mystery Shark.

Attack of the Mystery Shark starts at 1P 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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  • jack london

    this is improbable and impossible. don’t watch this video
    if you do the shark mafia will eat you

  • mike

    God help me. I just sow the video…

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