The worlds most notorious predator strikes again with a newly discovered attack behaviour that can only be called awesome. The aerial attacks of great white sharks rank among the most spectacular predatory events in nature. 2,000 pound great white sharks hurling their enormous bulks out of the water to attack and kill prey. Air Jaws continues to illuminate the natural history of the great white in an exciting new special that hopes to answer the question: do great whites fly elsewhere on the planet and can they be induced to fly by human researchers. Find out in this 2-part series of Air Jaws and Air Jaws II Even Higher.