"Sharks: Deep Danger" Repeats Nationally on the Fox News Channel Tonight

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Posted by Jim Morris on August 12, 2001 at 09:18:13:

Sent: Sunday, August 12, 2001 9:01 AM
Subject: "Sharks: Deep Danger" Repeats on the Fox News Channel Tonight at 6:00 PM on the West Coast and at 9:00 PM on the East Coast of the USA

> "Sharks: Deep Danger" repeats again on the Fox News Channel tonight at 6:00
> PM on the west coast and at 9:00 PM on the east coast on the Fox News
> Channel.. "Sharks: Deep Danger" included segments on shark finning,
> "cartilage as a cancer cure", the shark feeding controversy off Florida,
> video of the great white shark "attack" on the surfer off South Africa last
> year as Peter Benchley was interviewed as well (about his efforts to save
> sharks and such).
> To find the Fox News Channel on your cable/satellite television service (if
> you have such), type in your zip code (in the USA) via the "TV Listing" link
> at http://www.tvguide.com
> http://foxnews.com/story/0,2933,31726,00.html
> Sharks: Deep Danger
> Sunday, August 12 at 9 p.m. ET (6:00 PM on the west coast of the USA):
> You've lost your extra pounds. You've picked out the perfect swimsuit. You'
> re ready for your summer vacation by the beach.
> But beware, shark attacks are on the rise.
> This weekend, join host Jon Scott as Fox News Channel investigates Sharks:
> Deep Danger.
> As more and more people flock to the sun and sand, the chance of a potential
> deadly encounter with a shark increases. We'll share the experiences of
> those who have survived attacks.
> The best place to get close to a shark is at an aquarium. The worst place is
> in his habitat the ocean. So, what do you do if you meet a shark up close
> and personal? We'll teach you tips to help survive a shark attack.
> Plus, what is being done to protect bathers from sharks? We'll meet an
> inventor who hopes his invention can save lives.
> And, the endangered Great White Shark has found an unlikely ally in Jaws
> author Peter Benchley. We'll tell you what changed his attitude towards
> sharks.

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