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In depth, exclusive, information about the film Tiger Shark shot in Western Australia
Photo of a Tiger Shark and map of Shark Bay, Australia
As tough, relentless, and adaptable as the predators they often film, National Geographic Television crews carefully study, stalk, and capture their subjects. While filming EXPLORER’s Tiger Shark, they may have met their match.

The voracious, wide-ranging tiger shark can and will eat just about anything—including you. Dive behind the scenes with the Tiger Shark
crew and me, online correspondent Mark Holmes, in Australia’s aptly named Shark Bay. If you dare.
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