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Expedition Great White 3 Seasons

Season 1
3.1 out of 5 stars (15) IMDb 8.4/10

National Geographic joins a crew of world class anglers and scientists for a remarkable expedition to study the largest fish on earth. It's unlike any other catch eve attempted - monster great white sharks are hauled out of the water for unprecedented up-close encounters.

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Season 1
1. First Bites
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Join National Geographic for a remarkable expedition as scientists and sports fishermen join forces to study the great white shark as never before.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: November 16, 2009
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2. Feeding Frenzy

The team of world class anglers, scientists, and crew anchors off the coast of Guadalupe Island, Mexico, where an abundance of seals entice hordes of great whites. After tagging a 15-foot male shark only hours before, tensions run high as the team anxiously awaits a bite from a mature female and argue over how to optimize their chances of getting a bite. When they at last get the female they are waiting for --she's a bully.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: June 6, 2010
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3. Fresh Kill

The team has been out at sea for five days -- their bait is dwindling and they have only three tags left. Their first bite is one fiery little shark. Dr. Domeier makes a discovery which brings him a step closer to proving his theory that great whites come to Guadalupe Island to mate. When the crew sets off to find the next prize, they spot a dead elephant seal in the water -- a sure enticement for a great white. This time, when they drop a line, they are rewarded with the largest great white male on deck to date.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: June 6, 2010
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4. Giant on Deck

Off the coast of Guadalupe Island, Mexico with only hours left before the ship must head back, the crew has just one tag left and is still hoping to place it on the perfect female shark. To better their chances, the team fishes from both the mother ship and their much smaller chase boat, the Triton, stationed on the other side of the island. As luck would have it, it's the smaller ship that gets the bite, and this female shark is a fighter. More crew members must jump into a support boat and head to the Triton, which is two miles away, to take over the clash.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 45 minutes Release date: June 13, 2010
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5. Chasing Giants

After catching, tagging and releasing 11 great whites, the crew speeds off to an ocean area pegged as the Shared Offshore Foraging Area (SOFA), a mysterious patch of ocean where great whites congregate and seem to disappear for six months. Setting out for a four-week trip, the team plans to travel around SOFA to find out why the great whites journey here and go more than a half-mile deep, where the temperatures are freezing. What could possibly lure this cold-blooded fish to such frigid depths?

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: June 20, 2010
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6. Into the Unknown

The expedition continues deep into the SOFA, the shared offshore foraging area, and the stakes in determining how great whites survive here are high. So far, they've lost more than a third of their bait and they haven't come close to catching a great white... yet. In their quest to land a big one, they discover two species of squid, which "the Doc" theorizes must be a good part of the sharks' diets. But excitement is cut short with impending danger: one of the engines on the mother ship is overheating, plus a storm is brewing to the north, and the first tropical depression of the season begins heading their way from the south. Discover whether the rough seas force them to abandon their mission.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: June 27, 2010
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7. The Perfect Catch

Captain Brett jumps into action when a great white shark gets wrapped in the line and flips over, putting it into a catatonic state. Risking life and limb, he hangs off the bow of the support vessel to unwrap the shark before it suffocates. And the search for shark sperm continues as Dr. Domeier continues his quest to determine exactly where these sharks mate. It takes determination and stamina from the team to find out and pave the way in white shark biology.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: July 4, 2010
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8. Life and Limb

The crew is on the verge of a scientific discovery that could finally solve the mystery of where great white sharks breed. But to get the proof he needs, Dr. Domeier must collect sperm samples from wild great whites. The crew sets off to Guadalupe Island, Mexico, in search of some great white candidates. And when they locate a large male, they immediately jump into action. In 20 minutes, they land him in the cradle, secure a satellite tag, and take samples in an attempt to prove Dr. Domeier's theory.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 46 minutes Release date: July 11, 2010
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Bonus: Behind-the-Scenes Special

A behind-the-scenes look at the National Geographic Channel's new series, Expedition Great White.

TV-PG CC Runtime: 5 minutes Release date: May 31, 2010
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Genres Documentary
Network National Geographic
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I find it very interesting that people do this kind of work and risk their lives in the name of scientific advancement to understand the earth's creatures. I could never get out there and do that, but I respect those who take care of the planet and inform us of what's going on . They're like God's stewards of the earth. Very interesting. Good to see Paul Walker out there a bit too. Looks like he is still very much into marine biology. Much respect.
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These marine biologist are amazing , I know some people have problems with there methods of tagging the sharks , well all I have to to say to them is don't be jealous cause you guys did not think of that method first . I love what these guys do and the knowledge they bring to the table. What these guys do will uncover so many things about the white shark .

Now about the shipper of the dvd,s . they were shipped and received to good condition
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What's most fascinating about this documentary is the size of the sharks they are able to capture outside of the water and study. Seeing the sharks (especially whites) out of their element gives the viewer an all new perspective on these magnificent fish. What's also fascinating is the distances the Sharks travel (revealed by the tracking devices the team attaches to the tip of the dorsal fin.)
If you are remotely interested in Whites, this is the latest and greatest thing to be released. Recommended.
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I actually loved this program. I hadn't seen it before until I saw it on Amazon Instant Video. I am fascinated with great white sharks & have always loved to watch programs about them. When I saw this, I instantly decided it was my new favorite show. I don't understand why the other 2 people who reviewed this gave it one star. If you have any interest in white sharks, you must see this program. The captain, crew and scientist on board have an ultimate goal of finding out where these sharks are going, what they're eating and when they are mating. It's really interesting stuff and I learned so much that I didn't know about these amazing fish! There is a new season starting on National Geographic and I can't wait to see it. This is an excellent program!
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By NMMom on October 14, 2010
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The video is an excellent compilation of the series that has aired on the Nat Geo channel.
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By poptart129 on February 20, 2016
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Very disappointed only one episode won't do that again
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This video consists of some people telling short, mostly uninteresting stories of their shark encounters. It lasts for about six minutes.
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very good show really enjoyed it working on season 2 hope it is as good since have to pay for that one
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