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Millions of years ago, the ancient shark Helicoprion once called the Bay Area its home. Explore more at LandOfSharks.com
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Another beautiful breech photo by "The Shark Doctor" Craig O'Connell
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Shark Week created a poll.

Last day of polling for the FAN FAVORITES disk in the 30th Anniversary DVD/BD of Shark Week. Vote now!

“Blood in The Water” tells the story that inspired JAWS when 5 people were attacked in 12 days in 1916. --VS-- The “Monster Hammerhead” episode that follows a team of scientists to the bottom of the ocean to study these magnificent creatures.

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The “Great White Serial Killer” episode led to the investigation of a potential underwater killer. The “Tiger Beach” episode gave us a glimpse into the life of Emily, the pregnant tiger shark. What episode deserves a slot on the FAN FAVORITES disk in the 30th Anniversary DVD/BD of Shark Week? Vote now!

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How many great white sharks is too many?

CSIRO researchers use world-first genetic analysis to estimate population, but believe numbers could be as high as 12,800
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Breaking up with plastic can be hard, but the sharks will thank you. 🦈 Take the pledge at http://bit.ly/2EsuKqH !

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Shark Week created a poll.

Tell us which episode you want to see on the FAN FAVORITES disk in the 30th Anniversary DVD/BD of Shark Week!

SPAWN OF JAWS, where the mystery of where GREAT WHITES give birth is studied --vs--
MYTHBUSTERS vs JAWS, where the guys retackle the explosive finale of the film, JAWS.

Shark Week created a poll.

Cast your vote to decide which SHARK gets a slot on the fan favorites disk in the 30th Anniversary DVD/BD of Shark Week!

JAWS, a fictional shark that changed the world --VS-- MOSTER MAKO, a real massive shark that speeds through the sea.

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Holy SHARKS it’s been 30 years?! In honor of this we’re creating a 30th Anniversary Shark Week DVD/BD. Help us out! What episode do you want on a FAN FAVORITES disk? Taking these polls all week long!

The battle of the water champions!

This SUNDAY, get a look at the most intense, jaw-dropping and gut-wrenching animals moments ever caught on camera. 9p on Discovery.

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Take your Shark Week 30th Anniversary experience to the next level this summer on select Princess Cruises ships! Book now: http://bit.ly/2p90utE

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Thresher sharks, which are known for their elongated tails, may have difficulty generating heat to keep vital organs warm enough to function in temperatures below 44 degrees.

Thresher sharks may have trouble adapting to cold water temperatures.
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Sea Save is hosting its annual online auction! Proceeds support their mission to conserve and protect oceans through innovative education, engaged advocacy, and impactful action. Visit SeaSave.org/Auction2017

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It's not easy being a seal.

New research by Neil Hammerschlag and the Shark Research at University of Miami team reveals that seals are super stressed out living in shark infested waters.

MIAMI—While a little added stress may be helpful to flee a dangerous situation, or to meet an approaching deadline, it’s no secret that prolonged exposure to the stress hormone cortisol is linked to health problems. So, what effects does stress have on animals in the wild that need to navigate t...
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Fun fact: Sharks can actually SMELL their way home!

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Happy Birthday to Shark Week's biggest daredevil, Andy Brandy Casagrande IV!

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Everything you definitely wanted to know about shark tongues.

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Jaws, beware! Alligators may be coming for you, according to a Kansas State University researcher.

MANHATTAN — Jaws, beware! Alligators may be coming for you, according to a Kansas State University researcher. While the sharks may not actually be as big as the fictional Jaws, James Nifong, postdoctoral researcher with the Kansas Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit at Kansas State Universi...
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