FIU experts star in 4 new SharkFest displays on Countrywide Geographic | FIU News

SharkFest displays showcasing the FIU shark staff are:

SHARK GANGS

10 p.m., Wednesday, July 7, on National Geographic
8 p.m., Thursday, August 12, on Nat Geo WILD
Starting Friday, July 9, streaming on Disney+

For many years sharks have been viewed as solitary predators, but researchers have recently identified a surprising new behavior — they like to hold out in groups. Authorities like Papastamatiou will provide perception into this conduct and the top secret social life of sharks.

CROC THAT ATE JAWS

10 p.m., Thursday, July 8, on National Geographic
10 p.m., Wednesday, August 4, on Nat Geo WILD
Starting Friday, July 9, streaming on Disney+

From mysterious severed heads and ambush attacks to mob hunts and stand-offs — Heithaus and the crew will appear at what happens when two of the deadliest predators on the earth go head-to-head. 

WORLD’S MOST Harmful SHARK?

10 p.m., Friday, July 9, on National Geographic
10 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 5, on Nat Geo WILD
Commencing Friday, July 16, streaming on Disney+

The terrific white has a popularity for currently being the scariest in the sea, but Explorer Jacques Cousteau known as the oceanic whitetip “the most dangerous of all sharks.” Two teams of gurus, together with Papastamatiou and Luongo, dive deep into the world of the oceanic whitetip to expose what tends to make this species a prime contender for the title of “world’s most perilous shark.”

SHARK Attack INVESTIGATION: THE PAIGE Winter season Tale

10 p.m., Monday, July 12, on Nationwide Geographic
10 p.m., Friday, Aug. 6, on Nat Geo WILD
Beginning Friday, July 16, streaming on Disney+

Paige Wintertime was 17 yrs old when she missing a leg and part of her hand to a shark. Heithaus and Garcia Barcia will evaluate details of Paige’s assault to establish what form of shark is accountable and what can be completed, if everything, to stay clear of this happening yet again.