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Shark! Just the word itself invokes fear and dread. But what is it that causes these vicious man-eaters to attack? This question and many more are answered in the incredible survival story, ANATOMY OF A SHARK BITE. On April 9, 2002, celebrated behavioral scientist Dr. Erich Ritter was severely bitten by a 350-lb bull shark. Through an astonishing combination of computer-generated imaging, state-of-the-art robotics and shocking footage of the incident - the only shark attack on a human being ever caught on film - Dr. Ritter recreates his terrifying ordeal, in this unbelievable-but-true shark's tale.
Just when you think there is such a thing as a "shark whisperer" you are shocked to see how it turns out.Published 5 months ago by V. E. Pushchak
This is a great cartoon series I really enjoyed watching it from start to finish, and would recommend the series to anyone.Published 16 months ago by Mike
I'm all in (so to speak) when it comes to sharks. They are so beautiful, and yet so fierce and dangerous. The movie came fast and I could hardly wait to open it. Read morePublished on July 31, 2010 by BJ Dulasky