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The release of the motion picture Jaws in 1975 instilled an irrational, almost manic fear of sharks in the general public. Sharks and their behavior were still very much a mystery, and they were considered mindless killing machines. Jump 40 years later, and thanks largely to intrepid adventurers and shark biologists, the layers of mystery are being peeled back and sharks are revealing fascinating behavior around humans. They are not mindless killing machines, but top level predators who are actually far more complex than we imagined. And yes... they are capable of inflicting grave injuries and demand total respect when encountered in the wild.Hosted by Former US Navy deep sea diver and Marine Naturalist, Robin D. Berg, and renowned shark expert Eli Martinez, Blue Water Savages explores the surprising behavior of dangerous sharks, and more importantly, how human behavior when confronted with a shark directly affects the sharks behavior.
Meet the Dusky Shark, a large predatory shark with a serious attitude that hunts coastal and offshore waters.
Robin and Eli encounter the oceanic whitetip shark, one of the most dangerous sharks in the world.
Tiger sharks display a wide range of behavior, If your playing in the surf or diving in deep water when you meet one, the experience can be quite different.
If you spearfish in shark infested waters, this episode may just save your life.
Smooth Hammerheads have moved into California waters in a big way, Eli and Robin want to see how aggressive these visitors are.
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