Millions of years of evolution have made sharks the perfect predator beneath the waves. Luckily, terra firma has provided humans and land animals with protection from this relentless predator. That is, until now.
Across the world sharks have begun to launch themselves onto land in search of prey. And as impossible as it may sound, even birds in our backyards have come under attack: shark biologist Marcus Drymon is researching why terrestrial songbirds are ending up in the stomachs of tiger sharks in the Gulf of Mexico. Has a new chapter in evolution been written? Have sharks become restless in their ocean realm and begun to stalk the creatures of the land and air?