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Shark Week: The Podcast – Forrest Galante on Walking Epaulette Sharks and Great Whites which can Change Color

Luke Tipple is joined by biologist & star of Discovery’s Shark Week Special Island of the Walking Sharks, Forrest Galante, to discuss remarkable walking epaulette sharks in Papua New Guinea.

August 15, 2022

Episode show notes:

On this episode of Shark Week: The Podcast, Luke Tipple is joined by biologist, rare species expert & star of Discovery’s Shark Week Special Island of the Walking Sharks, Forrest Galante, to discuss his expedition to find remarkable epaulette sharks, which can move on dry land in Papua New Guinea. Plus, Luke looks into reports of so-called “mega sharks” appearing in French Polynesia and reveals the remarkable news that some great white sharks may actually be able to change color to camouflage themselves.

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