A crazy man paddle-boards with a Great White? Yep, it’s ‘Shark Week’ on Discovery!


Why is Discovery’s Shark Week so awesome?

Where else are you going to see really smart scientists, doing really stupid things?

Nowhere…

That’s where.

[via InsideTV EW] Discovery kicks off its 24th annual Shark Week on Sunday, July 31, with the all-new special Great White Invasion (9 p.m. ET). It’s a fascinating examination of why great white sharks are swimming closer to shore in Southern California, Australia, and South Africa, and who’s really at risk — us or them. (Spoiler: It’s them.) Jeff Kurr, a filmmaker who’s been a part of Shark Week since 1991, noticed the phenomenon while shooting last year’s Ultimate Air Jaws special with wildlife photographer Chris Fallows. In Great White Invasion, Fallows wants to show people that great whites won’t always just attack for no reason. It leads to two of the most mind-blowing minutes in Shark Week history.  [Read More]

Shark Week rocks!

4 comments on “A crazy man paddle-boards with a Great White? Yep, it’s ‘Shark Week’ on Discovery!

  1. Funny, you posted about shark week. I watched Jaws today and “laughs” the movie looked to me like one SMT after another. Felt sad for the shark. He had to eat too,right. Stupid humans could stay on the shore no harm done.
    Love sharks and Shark Week.

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