...Nat Geo Wild's Shark Week is back!
Our compelling clip comes from Australia's Deadliest: Shark Attacks. Watch one diver have a very lucky escape, and then scroll down for more details of what's on and when during Shark Week.
Shark Week is back on Nat Geo Wild, with some of the most dramatic shows yet. Here's our guide.
Monday 22 July, 8pm
Shocking Sharks reveals the strange development, biology and behaviour of the legendary killer fish. From a type that can crawl out of water to a species that is so elusive it has never been caught on film, a group of marine biologists make surprising revelations about this deadly predator.
Red Sea Jaws
Tuesday 23 July, 8pm
In 2010, three swimmers were attacked and one killed by sharks off Sharm el-Sheikh, the Egyptian holiday resort. Red Sea Jaws takes shocking look at how practices by the tourism industry are leading to more holiday tragedies.
Human Shark Bait
Wednesday 24 July, 9pm
A group of fearless experts put their safety on the line as they are dropped into some of the most shark-infested waters in the world. What will they learn about how the much-feared fish find and attack their prey?
Australia's Deadliest: Shark Attacks
Thursday 25 July, 8pm
An investigation team attempt to understand the increasing number of shark attacks on Western Australia's coastline, where the great white shark is believed to be responsible for five fatalities and numerous close encounters in just ten months. Horrific attacks are revisited by survivors, witnesses and victims' families, while a team of experts reveal how technology may allow sharks and humans to safety coexist.
When Sharks Attack: Florida Frenzy
Friday 26 July, 8pm
Is a rogue shark terrorising beach-goers along Florida's Mid-Atlantic coast? In the space of just 24 hours, three surfers were savaged, triggering a series of attacks that went on for weeks. Could authorities discover what was sparking the shark's unusually aggressive behaviour?