1. Why Are White Shark Attacks on the Rise? | SharkFest  National Geographic
  2. Great white sharks attack each other in cannibalistic frenzy on camera - Daily Star  Daily Star
  3. Great White Sharks Bite Chunks Out Of Each Other  LADbible
  4. Discovery Channel's Shark Week Debuting Scripted Film Inspired by True Events  Comicbook.com
  5. 'Cannibal' great white shark almost bites rival in two in terrifying footage  Mirror Online
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"Until this video was shot, we had never actually witnessed any kind of social interaction," scientist Gregory Skomal said."Until this video was shot, we had never actually witnessed any kind of social interaction," scientist Gregory Skomal said.

Video captures 2 great white sharks off Cape Cod in first-ever on-camera interaction - National | Globalnews.ca

The footage of the two beasts aired on National Geographic WILD's new show Cannibal Sharks The footage of the two beasts aired on National Geographic WILD's new show Cannibal Sharks

Great White Sharks Bite Chunks Out Of Each Other In Frenzied Attack - LADbible

Sharks have been a pop culture fascination for decades, as the mysteries surrounding the creatures and their prehistoric nature not only fascinates but also frighten audiences. Back in 1988, the Discovery Channel debuted its Shark Week line of programming, delivering audiences all manner of [...]Sharks have been a pop culture fascination for decades, as the mysteries surrounding the creatures [...]

Discovery Channel's Shark Week Debuting Scripted Film Inspired by True Events

Discovery Channel's Shark Week Debuting Scripted Film Inspired by True Events

“Today was a good day, hope I have me a great night. I don't know what you fishin' for, but catch you a great white. I gotta go to work.”

Jay Bilas on Twitter: "Today was a good day, hope I have me a great night. I don't know what you fishin' for, but catch you a great white. I gotta go to work."

“Swimming with a Great White Shark - wow! https://t.co/LoAMxkG8xF”

Joshua Dorkin on Twitter: "Swimming with a Great White Shark - wow! https://t.co/LoAMxkG8xF"

“Tracking and tagging a great white shark just off the shores of Cape Cod. Yes I stayed in the boat and yes we got it on camera for @GMA https://t.co/c8uGfFQNMV”

Will Reeve on Twitter: "Tracking and tagging a great white shark just off the shores of Cape Cod. Yes I stayed in the boat and yes we got it on camera for @GMA… https://t.co/Su5hjiCHzl"

“Seals! Seals at sunrise on #CapeCod. There were never seals when I was a kid, now they’re everywhere. As are the great white sharks who eat them! I’ve seen so many seals just ease into packs of swimmers, I understand why so many people don’t swim anymore… https://t.co/H433EGMm7p”

Dara Grumdahl on Twitter: "Seals! Seals at sunrise on #CapeCod. There were never seals when I was a kid, now they’re everywhere. As are the great white sharks who eat them! I’ve seen so many seals just ease into packs of swimmers, I understand why so many people don’t swim anymore… https://t.co/H433EGMm7p… https://t.co/aCgIIPkDko"

Researchers tracking a 10-foot, 800-pound shark off the coast of the U.S. say the massive creature has made its presence known off the coast of cape cod.Researchers tracking a 10-foot, 800-pound shark off the coast of the U.S. say the massive creature has made its presence known off the coast of cape cod.

800-Pound Great White Shark ‘Pings’ 15 Miles Off Coast of Cape Cod

White sharks that hunt the coasts of Cape Cod attract tourists, key moments in scientific observation, and seas of binoculars. We'll look at the science, fears, and the economic impact of having these apex predators in our shores.White sharks that hunt the coasts of Cape Cod attract tourists, key moments in scientific observation, and seas of binoculars. We'll look at the science, fears, and the economic impact of having these apex predators in our shores.

What More White Sharks Mean For Cape Cod | On Point

WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: Marine experts show all sharks including great white sharks are cannibal and prey on each other for food WARNING - GRAPHIC CONTENT: Marine experts show all sharks including great white sharks are cannibal and prey on each other for food

'Cannibal' great white shark almost bites rival in two in terrifying footage - World News - Mirror Online

THESE terrifying images show the bloody aftermath of a vicious fight between two cannibal Great White sharks. The damage these predator’s jaws can inflict is shown as two chunks of flesh are …

Bloody aftermath of brutal fight between two CANNIBAL Great White sharks captured in terrifying pics – The Sun

TWO great white sharks have been filmed going head to head, with experts warning cannibal attacks could be on the rise. TWO great white sharks have been filmed going head to head, with...

Great white sharks attack each other in cannibalistic frenzy on camera - Daily Star

Cannibal Sharks on National Geographic: Watch baby sharks kill each other in the wombCannibal Sharks is going to be an eye-opener.

Cannibal Sharks: Watch baby sharks kill each other in the womb | Metro News

Researchers with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy shared the footage on Twitter this week, revealing the moment the two huge predators appear to square off in the ocean.Researchers with the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy shared the footage on Twitter this week, revealing the moment the two huge predators appear to square off in the ocean.

Great white sharks spotted interacting off the coast of Cape Cod for the first time in drone footage | Daily Mail Online

For the 31st year(!), Discovery Channel’s week-long celebration known as “Shark Week” is once again swimming our way very soon, set to kick off on Sunday,For the 31st year(!), Discovery Channel’s week-long celebration known as “Shark Week” is once again swimming our way very soon, set to kick off on Sunday,

This Year's "Shark Week" Features 18 New Programs Including an Original Scripted Shark Attack Movie! - Bloody Disgusting

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Shark Week 2019 schedule: Your guide to all 18 specials on Discovery Channel | EW.com

Two sharks were caught on drone video interacting off the coast of Chatham, Massachusetts. A short aerial video shows a smaller white shark approach a larger white shark before the two sharks spin in a circle, then quickly go their separate ways.

The video, released by the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy, is believed to be the first to detail how sharks interact.The video, released by the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy, is believed to be the first to detail how sharks interact.