Season 3

19 :03x01 - Tagging Tigers

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20 :03x02 - Hammerhead Islands

The crew anchor at Socorro, one of the islands of the Revillagigedos Archipelago. They hook a silky shark, a silvertip shark and a tiger shark before serious electrical issues arise, threatening the entire mission.

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21 :03x03 - Tiger Escape

The crew modify their methods after failing to hook two tiger sharks. As a result, they land a subadult tiger shark.

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22 :03x04 - Tiger Bait

The crew find consistent success using their technique to catch great whites on tiger sharks. Later, a remotely operated vehicle armed with an underwater camera is introduced, helping the guys hook two tiger sharks.

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23 :03x05 - Coming Unglued

Tensions start to flare as the long and grueling expedition winds down. The crew struggle to put personal conflicts aside and stay focused on their mission to save as many shark species as they can.

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24 :03x06 - A Whale of a Tiger

The crew hope to catch one more tiger shark and three more silvertip sharks before pulling anchor and leaving the Revillagigedos Archipelago.

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25 :03x07 - Trouble in Paradise

The team search for hammerhead sharks near Cocos Island, located off the coast of Costa Rica. For the first time, the team have onboard security in the event of a confrontation with illegal shark finners, who target hammerheads because of their large fins.

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26 :03x08 - Mission Critical

Todd hooks a giant tiger shark by himself while the divers are out scouting for hammerheads. Later, a divide begins to grow between the anglers and scientists over priorities and protocol.

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27 :03x09 - Killing Zone

For the first time, the team tags elusive hammerheads at Costa Rica's Cocos Island, but the pressure takes its toll on the men, who start to turn against each other.

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28 :03x10 - Hammered

The crew races to tag more hammerheads in the final days of the Cocos Island expedition, resorting to more unusual tactics, from midnight fishing to swimming with sharks.

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Classification: Documentary
Genre: Action | Adventure | Anthology | Educational | Family | Outdoors/Wildlife
Status: Returning Series
Network: National Geographic Channel ( USA)
Airs: Wednesdays at 07:00 pm
Runtime: 60 Minutes
Premiere: November 16, 2009
Episode Order: 10
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