The great white shark: an animal of myths and legend. All the earth's oceans are home to these fearsome predators, yet the movements of these intriguing beasts have remained largely a mystery until now.
National Geographic takes us on on a deep-sea expedition with world-renowned shark experts Michael Scholl and Ramon Bonfil as they tag a 12-foot great white they call Nicolenamed for shark-lover and actress Nicole Kidman. Nicole is a lone female who takes them on an epic journey across an ocean seething with threats to her survival. Driven by overpowering natural instincts, Nicole navigates icy cold waters, dives to unfathomable depths, battles hunger and fatigue, outsmarts some of the ocean's most lethal inhabitants and ultimately travels 6,000 nautical miles in 99 days, the fastest trans-oceanic migration recorded for any fish. Experience her world up close, through her eyes and sensesa world full of wonder, mystery and danger.
Bonus Feature: photo gallery.