Just when you thought that nothing new could be said about the great white shark, the world's most notorious predator strikes again, with a newly discovered aerial attack behavior that can only be called awesome. Air Jaws: Sharks of South Africa follows shark expert Dr. Rocky Strong to South Africa's False Bay, where you'll experience the thrill of seeing 2,000 pound great white sharks hurl their enormous bulks out of the water to attack and kill prey - not to mention anything else floating in the area. The aerial attacks of the great white shark rank among the most spectacular predatory events in nature, and South Africa is the only place in the world where they happen. Dr. Strong, who spent months working with white sharks in Australia for the Cousteau Society, is the first American scientist to begin preliminary research. The result? An upclose and personal look at this eye-popping and heart-stopping newly discovered predatory behavior.
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