Mysterious in its movements, ferocious and feared, the Tiger Shark is a highly-adaptable hunter, swallowing up anything in its way. Sharks are suffering from human environmental pressures, so do these secretive monsters still deserve their killer reputation? Can these prehistoric predators fight to find their way in the 21st century? Examine the conservation and research efforts in South Africa, Hawaii and tiny Bimini Island that allow humans and sharks to coexist in the 21st century.
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