The "great white" shark is one of nature's most misunderstood creatures, and the popular movie Jaws only increased the public's fears. Jaws creator Peter Benchley joins famed underwater photographer David Doubiltet and survivor-turned-advocate Rodney Fox in this revised look at the great white. Viewers witness amazing shark behaviors, including never-before-seen footage of explosive, airborne "breaching" attacks. Experience the fear of a diver trapped on the sea bottom for over four hours by a hungry great white. A dissection of an 18-foot shark is not for the squeamish. The documentary concludes with a 15-minute shark defense program that describes novel methods of successful attack prevention. Visually stunning, this film will give viewers a real sense of being at sea in the presence of a remarkable and powerful animal.
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