What Happens To Fish During A Hurricane

(thunder booms) – [Narrator] Normally when a hurricane is barrelling towards us, we tend to run the other way. But not Isla, she’s a leatherback turtle who was meandering off the coast of Virginia when she accidentally swam straight into Hurricane Florence. Scientists were worried she’d get caught up in the middle of the storm, […]

Zebra Sharks (Leopard Sharks) & Nurse Sharks – Reef Life of the Andaman – Part 2

Jerusalem Aquarium

Sharks in the mountains? You better believe it. Israel’s capital is known for its ancient history and rich culture, but for the first time, Jerusalem is home to some of the region’s most diverse forms of marine life. The Jerusalem Aquarium, the first land-based aquarium in the region, is making waves for its extensive collection […]

The Wild World of Baby Sharks | Shark Week’s The Daily Bite

♪♪ I’M LUKE TIPPLE, AND THIS IS YOUR “DAILY BITE.” ON THIS EPISODE, WE’RE TALKING ABOUT BABY SHARKS. SWIMMING BETWEEN UTERI, FULL OF TEETH, AND CANNIBALIZING THEIR UNBORN SIBLINGS, TAKING SIBLING RIVALRY TO A WHOLE NEW LEVEL. WHEN A MOMMY SHARK AND A DADDY SHARK FALL IN LOVE, IT’S ABSOLUTELY TERRIFYING. LET’S BE HONEST — […]

Great White Shark tries to eat a seal

Great White Sharks. Beneath the water – live the world’s largest predatory fish. They grow up to 20 feet in length and weigh more than 2 thousand kilograms. There have been plenty of shark sightings off the Massachusetts coast this summer, but none quite like this. Nature at its best – with a shark eyeing […]

2019’s Biggest Breakthroughs | Shark Week’s The Daily Bite

♪♪ I’M LUKE TIPPLE, AND THIS IS YOUR “DAILY BITE.” SHARK WEEK HAS BEEN HOME TO SOME OF THE GREATEST SHARK DISCOVERIES OVER THE YEARS, AND TODAY, WE’RE TAKING A LOOK AT THE YEAR’S BIGGEST BREAKTHROUGHS — FROM THE RE-EMERGENCE OF A PREVIOUSLY THOUGHT-EXTINCT SPECIES TO NEVER BEFORE SEEN BEHAVIORS. LET’S DIVE IN. FORREST GALANTE […]

Some Sharks Live for 500 Years, What Can We Learn From Them?

Most species of shark evolved in the oceans before the first trees evolved on earth. They’ve been around up to 450 million years and have survived 4 mass extinctions so far.Many of the OG ancient sharks that first started to appear millions of years ago remain virtually unchanged today, like this frilled shark–yeah, that guy’s […]

Facts: The Sawfish (Carpenter Shark)

Sawfish or carpenter sharks are modified rays with a shark-like body. They belong to a group of cartilaginous fish called elasmobranchs that includes sharks, skates, and rays. Amazingly, they have evolved a long, saw-like snout edged with sharp teeth. This snout is called a rostrum and it can be used in a back and forth […]

Reef Life of the Andaman (full marine biology documentary)

The Best Shark Paparazzi | Shark Week’s The Daily Bite

♪♪ I’M LUKE TIPPLE, AND THIS IS YOUR “DAILY BITE.” NOW, I’VE HAD THE OPPORTUNITY TO SNAG SOME PRETTY INCREDIBLE SHARK SELFIES OVER THE YEARS. AND LET’S BE HONEST — WE HUMANS ARE OBSESSED WITH RECORDING THESE ELUSIVE PREDATORS, ESPECIALLY IN THE NAME OF SCIENCE AND CONSERVATION. BUT GETTING THE PERFECT SHOT TO DOCUMENT THEIR […]