Show To Feature ‘Sharks Of Bermuda Triangle’

June 17, 2020

National Geographic are getting set to air five weeks of shark-related programming, including a look at the “Sharks of the Bermuda Triangle, ” in which “a marine biologist tracks an elusive tiger shark to uncover Mother Nature’s most mysterious hotspot.”

The “Sharks of the Bermuda Triangle” program will premiere on National Geographic on Monday, July 20, with an encore presentation by Nat Geo WILD on Thursday, August 6.

A statement from the company said,”The Olympics may be on hold, but National Geographic is this summer’s ultimate pinch hitter with the season’s other fan-favorite pastime — SHARKFEST!

“Showcasing the ocean’s greatest competitors in their natural habitat, the eighth annual event begins Sunday, July 12, on National Geographic, followed by two weeks of content on Nat Geo WILD, beginning Sunday, August 2.

“The Bermuda Triangle has more than 500,000 square miles of rumored mysteries, including missing airplanes, sunken ships, malfunctioning compasses, and even legends of Atlantis. In reality, its greatest wonder may be something far more incredible: sharks.

“For years, marine biologist Dr. Austin Gallagher has been investigating sharks in the area; he’s been on a mission to find the holy grail of shark research: the secret breeding grounds of tiger sharks. Tracking an elusive tiger shark named Mabel, he attempts to uncover Mother Nature’s most mysterious hotspot.”

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