Get up-close and personal with this awesome predator of the sea. Air Jaws: Sharks of South Africa Aerial attacks by Great White Sharks in South Africa’s False Bay rank among the most awesome predatory events in nature. When the timing is right, the one-ton shark explodes out of the water like a missile armed with teeth and, within seconds, devours its prey. Deep water drop-offs around Seal Island, known as the ring of death , make it the ideal hunting ground for these animals to repeatedly leap from the water. Now, a team of experts is trying to solve the mystery of how, why and when they take to the air and whether White Sharks in Australia will also soar for their supper. Air Jaws Apocalypse Shark expert Chris Fallows and legendary producer Jeff Kurr are on a quest to learn more about the Great White Sharks of Seal Island, South Africa. Armed with new technology, Kurr and his team are risking their lives to capture the ultimate close-up of the legendary 14-foot Great White named Colossus, but the truth about Colossus may be more shocking than anyone could have imagined. Ultimate Air Jaws Off the coast of South Africa, massive Great White Sharks blast from the water, pulling sneak attacks on their seal prey. Shark expert Chris Fallows and filmmaker Jeff Kurr pair up once again to investigate and film these spectacular aerial displays, as well as the sharks’ underwater behaviour, using state-of-the-art, slowmotion technology.