16 Jul 700 Sharks
Tuesday 17th of July at 18h00 on Nat Geo Wild ch. 221
When I’m in the ocean, seeing just one shark is enough to send shivers of fear throughout my entire body. How these international researchers in Polynesia go diving in the largest school of sharks in the world is beyond me. If that’s not enough, these brave souls go diving at night when these amazing creatures are at their most aggressive (and most difficult to see). They do such crazy things to better understand these mysterious hunters in a way most people are too sane to do. Thanks to them, never before seen behaviours have been captured on film for the enjoyment of us regular folk, the types of people who would rather keep their distance from things with teeth that swim faster than we do.