Shark Task Force
Everything you wanted to know about sharks and ocean conservation.

This adventure takes us from the banks of the Missouri River - to the Bahamas - to Fiji - to check out Bull Sharks. This shark demands a healthy dose of respect and attention. The Bull Shark - this time on the Shark Task Force. Why wait a whole year, for just one week on Sharks? Find out more at SharkTaskForce.com. Special thanks, as always, to Scuba Adventures and Shark Diving International.

Direct download: BullShark_STF310.m4v
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Shark Task Force Executive Producer, George C. Schellenger, takes us behind the scenes as he encounters a Great Hammerhead at close range. On a recent trip to the Bahamas he came eye-to-eye with this alien-looking fish - and he swam away with new passion to protect all sharks. This comes as countries at a UN meeting reject a proposal to protect Hammerheads. Sharks in this category may have dropped 85% or more, due to overfishing and the demand for the Hammerhead's fins. For more information on all sharks, check out sharktaskforce.com. Why wait a whole year, for just one week on sharks?

Direct download: STF_Hammer310.m4v
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The Shark Task Force is lucky to travel the world in search of sharks. Of all the places we've been - Tiger Beach in the Bahamas is probably our favorite. When you visit the various dives sites of Tiger Beach, it looks like there are many sharks. A closer look reveals in most cases, it's the same group of sharks. That makes conservation and protection even more critical. George Schellenger takes a closer look in this episode of the Shark Task Force.

Direct download: STF_TigerB2.m4v
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