SHARKFEST: CAMO SHARKS: Researcher Gibbs Kuguru on new National Geographic project – Exclusive Interview

Chumming to attract Great Whites to be photographed as part of the color testing experiments in CAMO SHARKS | ©2022 National Geographic/Fiona Ayerst

It’s summer. This means it’s time for vacations, heat waves, and National Geographic’s SharkFest. SharkFest celebrates its tenth anniversary this year, with nearly thirty hours of new programming spread over four weeks. First up is CAMO SHARKS, premiering Sunday, July 10, at 10 PM on National Geographic, then debuting on Disney XD on July 16, and Nat Geo Wild on August 1. In CAMO SHARKS, shark scientists Dr. Ryan Johnson and PhD candidate Gibbs Kuguru investigate whether Great White sharks can change their color to blend in better with their surrounds. The duo also investigates new coloration in rare black-tipped […]Read On »

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SHARKFEST: Expert Valerie Taylor and filmmaker Sally Aitken on SHARK BEACH and PLAYING WITH SHARKS – Exclusive interview

Chris Hemsworth in SHARK BEACH WITH CHRIS HEMSWORTH |©2021 National Geographic/Craig Parry

SHARKFEST kicks off its ninth edition on Monday, July 5, with its biggest celebration of the marine predators so far. This SHARKFEST last for six weeks, with programming across four cable networks – National Geographic, Nat Geo Wild, Nat Geo Mundo, and Disney XD – as well as Disney+. First up is SHARK BEACH WITH CHRIS HEMSWORTH, premiering Monday, July 5. The actor teams up with expert Valerie Taylor to swim with some sharks off the Australian coast, as well as talking with various scientists and authorities on the animals. On Friday, July 13, PLAYING WITH SHARKS: THE VALERIE TAYLOR […]Read On »

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