August 1, 2010 by staff
Shark Week, does not need anything more to say than that, ladies and gentlemen. At last, that time of year again, and we wanted to take this opportunity to remind you that SHARK WEEK starts tomorrow night on Discovery Channel.
If you are so infatuated with sharks like most people, then Shark Week is a traditional religious experience, as our own holiday celebration one week of these fascinating animals, their many different species and trends, and continued efforts to learn more and more about their existence in our great planet.
As always, the week was full of shark specials, and the week beginning tomorrow night right off at 21:00 with the last Air Jaws. If you have not seen you should immediately, but the Air Jaws 1 & 2 has a crew on the famous Seal Island off the coast of South Africa. In this very special place, great white sharks have been converted to fire from the depths of the ocean and jump completely out of water in an attempt to catch a seal. If you thought it was cool to see a dolphin or a whale jumping out of water, there’s really nothing like seeing a great white – which are known to do – pull it out. These targets are like the superheroes of the species.
Click above to view a trailer of this new Tiburón special flair.
In this new special, the team returns to another place – this time armed with cameras of high definition and amazing technology that allows them to 2000 frames per second film, which gives us the final look in slow motion in this true miracle of nature .
This is just one of many special will air, and most likely be able to find anything that arouses their interest in single shark. Me being a lover of the Great White massive search for any and all specialties I can get on the creatures, which are basically living dinosaurs.
So again, just another reminder: Shark Week begins tomorrow night on Discovery Channel at 21:00 on specialty airing throughout the week. Do not miss it!
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