- TV SCHEDULE
- LOCAL PROGRAMS
- SUPPORT US
Sharks are one of nature's most misunderstood creatures. From their portrayal as man-eating monsters in Hollywood blockbusters like Jaws to the annual "Shark Week" to sensationalistic news coverage of real attacks, sharks have become one of the most-feared animals on Earth. But do they deserve their reputation?
Separate fact from fiction with this deeper look at the world of sharks, featuring programs from PBS and member stations across the country.
Will analyzing the hunting instincts of this endangered predator reduce deadly attacks?
Shark Reef profiles efforts to protect sharks from the effects of the shark fin trade.
The world’s largest known gathering of whale sharks occurs just off the coast of Cancun.
Discover deep water species of sharks that researchers have known little about until now.
Tiger sharks are the ultimate apex predator. They can travel long distances, utilizing a
Bull Sharks and alligators are switching their natural habitats.
Sand tiger shark fetuses eat their siblings in the womb.
How many gills does a shark have? Test your knowledge here.
Doc Gruber is shark midwife to a 10-foot lemon shark.
With recent shark attacks in North Carolina, some are worried about sharks in NJ waters.
A UNC IMS survey finds that the numbers of great sharks have been steadily declining.
Environmentalists believe thousands of dolphins are killed and used as bait for sharks.
Watch an exclusive interview with Doc Sam Gruber and host Sanjayan.
Marine biologist Patrick Rice is using rare earth elements to repel sharks.
Ocearch, a non-profit researching large predators, captured and tagged a great white shark
Researchers Studying "Silent Victims" of Oil Spill.
A recent outbreak of drug-resistant bacteria in several U.S. hospitals has experts...
Richard Fitzpatrick using a specialist piece of equipment to tag a tiger shark.
The Changing Seas Crew is in the Northern Gulf to witness the capture of a large shark.
Take home this DVD today.
Own this sharktacular documentary on DVD.
Own this documentary forever.