This show gives us a look at the California sea otter’s population and how it’s close to extinction. We look at the Great White and try to figure out what is attracting the Great White to them and how we can help save the sea otters. They do a few tests to see what makes the Great White shark attack the otters. It’s interesting, but I also wonder if there is more there that we don’t know about the Great White sharks or the otter’s life that makes the two intersect. This show is worth a watch.
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