Shark Attacks:10 Shark Attacks on the Carolina Coasts, this Week Alone/ National Geographic Video

Shark Attacks:10 Shark Attacks on the Carolina Coasts, this Week Alone / National Geographic Video.
Naked Science. [click on to image to enlarge] ALWAYS BE ALERT- ALWAYS BE AWARE OF SWIMMING IN THE OCEANS WHERE SHARKS FEED.

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Alexandra Bruce
July 2, 2015.

For 400 million years, sharks have dominated the Earth's oceans. They have survived 5 planetary mass extinctions to become the top predators of the sea, honed to an evolutionary perfection.

Over the past week alone, there have been 5 shark attacks along the coasts of the Carolinas, 11 since mid-May, resulting in serious injuries and the loss, by two teens
of one of their arms.

This National Geographic program attempts to ascertain what makes the three species of shark to attack humans the most and what kinds of areas are their preferred haunts.

- See more at: http://www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/videos/animals/shark-attacks.html#st... MORE Here - Published on Nov 29, 2013.
A 2005 Documentary - Naked Science Season 2 - Shark Attacks.

Naked Science is an American documentary television series that premiered in 2004 on the National Geographic Channel. The programme features various subjects related to science and technology.

For 400 million years, sharks have dominated the Earth's oceans. They have survived 5 planetary mass extinctions to become the top predators of the sea, honed to an evolutionary perfection. But what shark species is the most deadly? And where in the world is it least safe to venture in to the water? Naked Science travelled across the world from Australia to California to find out. - Published on Nov 29, 2013 2005 Documentary - Naked Science Season 2 - Shark Attacks Naked Science is an American documentary television series that premiered in 2004 on the National Geographic Channel. The programme features various subjects related to science and technology. But what shark species is the most deadly? And where in the world is it least safe to venture in to the water? Naked Science travelled across the world from Australia to California to find out. [VIEWER DISCRETION ADVISED] - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2oDz-BHL1xI

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