• Friday 7 August 2020 at 8:00AM
  • National Geographic


From America’s coastline to exotic beaches around the world, shark attacks are turning dream vacations into nightmares. Many of these attacks occur suddenly, in large numbers, and in unexpected locations – puzzling locals and scientists alike. Nat Geo WILD investigates these mysterious incidents, to discover what is affecting some of nature’s most feared fish.


  • When Sharks Attack: Honeymoon Hell
  • When Sharks Attack: Double Shark Attack
  • When Sharks Attack: Jersey Gore
    On the Jersey Shore, during the summer of 1916, America's fear of sharks was born. Investigators believe they must solve the greatest shark attack mystery of all time before history repeats itself.
  • When Sharks Attack: Trouble In Socal
    From 2014-2015, Southern California is the site of an alarming spike of twelve shark attacks. Shark experts attempt to figure-out what is behind this uptick in attacks.
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    Friday 7 August 2020 at 8:00AM - National Geographic
  • When Sharks Attack: The Shark Bite State
    A small stretch of Florida's coastline has the unfavorable title of "the shark attack capital of the world." Experts investigate various potential causes of the high number of attacks.
  • When Sharks Attack: Bedlam In Brazil
    The roughly 25-mile stretch of shore surrounding Recife, Brazil, is one of the most dangerous places for shark attacks, on the planet. Investigators are on the case to uncover why.
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    Wednesday 12 August 2020 at 9:00AM - National Geographic
  • When Sharks Attack: Terror In The Gul
    The waters of the Gulf are home to a range of shark species which isn't usually a problem for humans. But in 2010 and 2011, something changes.
  • When Sharks Attack: Australia's Deadliest Coast
    Everyone knows the infamous Great White shark prowls the WA coastline, but after centuries of living in harmony, in 2010 the number of attacks sky-rocketed.
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    Wednesday 26 August 2020 at 9:00AM - National Geographic