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Everything You Need to Know About the Daily Bite Podcast

By: Discovery

SHARK WEEK returns August 9, this year dive deeper with THE DAILY BITE PODCAST.

August 09, 2020

This year dive deeper on all your favorite SHARK WEEK shows with THE DAILY BITE PODCAST! 7 Days of Shark Week, 7 podcasts to take a bite out of. You can find it on Pocket Casts, Anchor, Spotify, Breaker, Google Podcast, and Radio Public. Here's a breakdown of every episode you have coming your way.

Episode 1: Shark Lockdown — August 9

Clark Gayford and Mark Erdmann talk about their harrowing adventures as the global lockdown lured New Zealand’s biggest great whites out of hiding on SHARK LOCKDOWN.

Episode 2: Jaws Awakens — August 10

Chris Fallows and Jeff Kurr talk about their exploration of New Zealand’s waters trying to find a nearly 20-foot long, two-ton shark named Fred for JAWS AWAKENS.

Episode 3: Extinct or Alive: Land of the Lost Sharks — August 11

Forrest Galante talks about his tireless pursuit to find three unique sharks lost to science for nearly 100 years on EXTINCT OR ALIVE: LAND OF THE LOST SHARKS.

Episode 4: Great White Serial Killer Extinction — August 12

Jimi Partington and Michael Harris look into the dwindling California sea otter population and the Great White Shark on GREAT WHITE SERIAL KILLER.

Episode 5: Mako Nation - August 13

Riley Elliott and Andy Casagrande talk about the mysteries they uncover about the Mako Shark in one of their last strongholds — New Zealand for MAKO NATION.

Episode 6: Lair of the Great White — August 14

Dr. Craig O’Connell and Marc Payne want to know why the Great White Sharks are so much more aggressive off the coast of Western Australia for LAIR OF THE GREAT WHITE.

Episode 7: Tiger Shark King- August 15

Austin Gallagher and Christine de Silva talk about their mission to understand the assault on a 14-foot tiger shark in the Caribbean for TIGER SHARK KING.

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