A tiger shark swims in deep water.

Nature ‘Sharks of Hawaii’

New Wednesday, Apr. 21 at 7 p.m.

Under the waves and tropical sun, each of Hawaii’s volcanic islands hosts a unique ocean landscape teeming with biodiversity. Among all of the aquatic life, however, one predator reigns supreme – the shark. With 40 different species of them calling these warm waters home, scientists are seeing new animal behavior around every corner. Whitetip reef sharks “sleep” in tight volcanic tunnels. In the deep water, everything is on the menu for the hunting Tiger shark, from birds to Humpback whales. Hopping from island to island, uncover surprising moments of cooperation, rarely seen hunting tactics and striking insights into these predators of the world’s paradise in “Sharks of Hawaii.”

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