Shark Week Coloring Page
Coloring is not just for kids, check out a fin-tastic coloring page for some at-home Shark Week fun with your favorite apex predators. Click here to download and print!
August 07, 2020
Shark Week has entered the metaverse.
Tracy Morgan teams up with shark experts throughout the country to identify the craziest and most ferocious sharks in the ocean. Here are Tracy's best quotes on his favorite sharks and their incredible capabilities and adaptations.Stream Sharks! with Tracy Morgan on discovery+.
Luke Tipple is joined by shark fishing advocate & founder of FlyZone Fishing Robert ‘Fly’ Navarro in a fiery debate about shark fishing tournaments.
What's the only thing better than a flying shark? ...Two flying sharks. Starting July 1, keep your eyes on the sky for two SHARK WEEK blimps roaming the East and West coasts.Track the Shark Week blimps' whereabouts at SharkWeek.com/Blimp and share photos of your sightings using #EastShark and #WestShark.Get excited, Shark Week starts July 24 on Discovery and discovery+.
Sparks continue to fly in part two of Luke Tipple’s debate with author, shark fishing advocate & founder of FlyZone Fishing Robert ‘Fly’ Navarro.
Luke Tipple speaks with marine biologists & stars of the Shark Week show Shark Women, Alison Towner & Leigh de Necker.
Shark Week: The Podcast – Zandile Ndhlovu on South African Great Whites & Creating a More Diverse Ocean
Luke Tipple catches up with Zandile Ndhlovue, freediver and star of the Shark Week special Shark Women: Ghosted by Great Whites.
Shark Week: The Podcast – Christine de Silva on the Technology Helping Us Understand Deep Sea Sharks
Luke Tipple is joined by Christine de Silva, marine scientist, shark expert, and co-founder of Juice Robotics to discuss deep-sea sharks and the technology helping us understand them.
The discussion turns this week to sharks’ intelligence, and how it varies among species. Host Luke Tipple is joined by Dr. Tristan Guttridge, a behavioral ecologist and veteran of Shark Week whose research has tackled the social smarts, and even personalities, of different kinds of sharks. He sheds light on why we shouldn’t just think of them as dumb fish with rows of razor-sharp teeth. And at the end, our researcher Sierra Kehoe tells us about shark hypnosis.
This week, we do things a little differently, as Shark Week’s Luke Tipple invites Adventure Aaron into the podcast studio to talk about his incredible near-death experience on the open water. Adventure Aaron gets into what it takes to circumnavigate the world in an ocean rowboat, what it’s like to stare eye-to-eye with an oceanic white tip that probably wants you for lunch, and everything else that happened to him when his boat was capsized, and he was lost by himself at sea.