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What Shark Is Attacking Tourists? | SharkFest ctm magazine

After multiple attacks in the tourist hot spot, the Seychelles, researchers try to determine which type of shark is the culprit.
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  • A M on July 22, 2019

    What's with all the videos with no conclusions at the end..

  • fonitronik on July 22, 2019

    Why this over-dramatizing music? Ridiculous and boring.

  • LKNANML on July 22, 2019

    Is it shark week time again? Time to get assaulted by reality documentary tv once more. The ground around Jacques Cousteau grave rumbles as he rolls over..

  • AndyB on July 22, 2019


  • Mickey C on July 22, 2019

    They hate tourists. The locals should be fine though.

  • Drew Hanzo on July 22, 2019

    “They are responsible for more attacks on humans than any other species of shark”

    “Humans are responsible for killing an average of 100,000,000 sharks a year”

  • Mai Lee on July 22, 2019

    no the shark is not bhiend the spike megeldon?

  • SuBu Rishi on July 22, 2019

    Sir I capture pictures of dragonfly but the different is the dragonfly has antenna can I give you that pictures ?

  • Who The Hell Is Harvy on July 23, 2019

    Who cares, eat them all.
    Maybe he wants to get just a little bit of revenge for the 100s of millions of sharks humans kill each year.

  • mueffe on July 23, 2019

    What Shark Is Attacking Tourists? Instead, It should be What Tourists let themselves being attacked by Shark?! Is it Careless Tourists, Stupid Tourists, Brave Tourists. Its still a mystery and people still wanted to know why.

  • Noukz on July 23, 2019

    Please don't do these kind of videos National Geographic, it's shameful!

  • NATSU NOGOGO on July 23, 2019


  • Sedat Ber on July 23, 2019

    This is the worst NAT GEO video ever

  • RICK JAMEZ on July 23, 2019


  • khalifmathiskm on July 23, 2019

    Orcas are the Kings of the Ocean in my opinion

  • Minoli on July 24, 2019

    What shark is responsible?
    Answer: It's still a mystery, they don't know!

  • hotlanta35 on July 27, 2019

    GW is a apex predator..don't try to tell me they are docile..when they are hungry and have a empty stomach go swim near one.. Ocean Ramsey likes to swim with a GW after it already ate 1000 pounds of whale fat..gtfo

  • Zoo Emperor on July 27, 2019

    I think it may have been a tiger shark due to the habitat and the severity of the injuries in question

  • Martin Pike on July 28, 2019

    Sharks attack humans because we polute the water they live in

  • Martin Pike on July 28, 2019


  • Chris Trinder on July 29, 2019

    Another interesting mini doc.

  • Royale Cheeze on July 30, 2019

    Shame on you for promoting the fear of sharks

  • Frank Wess on August 3, 2019

    🤔 tourist? They dont eat locals, or are they calliing humans tourist of the ocean?

  • Victoria Redman on August 8, 2019

    Never saw NatGeo as a clout chaser. Do better.

  • games kNRTdrinkz on August 10, 2019

    I believe it was a bull shark that's killing humans

  • Steve P1 on August 10, 2019

    Seriously… they keep asking “why”? Because, it’s a Shark! You’re in its habitat. Its habitat. Not yours. As a surfer, every time I go in, it is with utmost respect for these and other incredible animals. If you’re not prepared to have an encounter with them, don’t go. Simple. And – seriously – don’t go in really early morning, in later evening, or after a heavy rain.

  • Catherine Mai on August 15, 2019

    I know a lot of people are saying that this is sensationalist, but I don't really mind it because it's not actually criminalizing the sharks?? It's just a bit dramatic, that's all.

  • 최유로 on September 8, 2019

    Sharks frequently appear on the beaches where humans are located due to the deterioration of sea-level temperatures due to global warming caused by human environmental degradation. Seeing the size of the shark directly through the video, I felt much bigger and scarier than I thought.

  • ekorusoy on May 10, 2020

    Both tiger and bull sharks are found in Seychelles.

  • Jad Abou Zaher on July 3, 2020

    Yes, great whites are the deadliest. According to the International Shark Attack File, they have attacked more than 400 people, and some sources say that they have killed more than 300 people since records began. That being said, they do not like the taste of humans, and attacks are down to curiosity. We are too bony for their liking. Plus, humans are not part of the ocean, and thus we are not on the menu for any species of shark.

  • Nick S on July 17, 2020

    National Geographic: "What shark is attacking tourists?"
    Also National Geographic: "Yeah we don't know and we wasted your time."

  • John Towe on September 10, 2020

    Pay back for the Asian shark fin market…catching, cutting off fins and throwing the animal back into the water to die a slow death…..

  • Paul Redinger on November 16, 2020

    Who counted the hundred million sharks per year? Or is that what you heard on YouTube? How's this then, 1 in 4 people have alien DNA in them. Keep drinking the kool-aid people!!

  • ftc_portas on January 19, 2021

    what am i doing watching this, i’m going to the beach later.

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