Tanked: Top Five Aquariums
Brett and Wayde share the top five aquariums they've ever created.
Perfect Predators: The Bull Shark's Lateral Line
Bull sharks have a lateral line that makes them sensitive to vibrations in the water. Once vibrations are detected they go in for the kill. Learn more about the bull shark's lateral line on Discovery Channel's "Perfect Predators."
Piranha Adventure: Piranhas Hunting
On Discovery Channel's "Piranha Adventure," we learn that when hunting, piranhas don't immediately attack their prey. Instead, they launch a series of small attacks to discover which fish is the weakest.
Perfect Predators: Mako Shark Speed
The mako shark is the fastest shark in the sea, giving it a distinct advantage over its prey. Learn what makes the mako shark swim so fast on Discovery Channel's "Perfect Predators."
Shark Week: A Nurse Shark's Diet
Unlike some of their more famous bloodthirsty cousins, nurse sharks eat a very particular, specialized diet. In fact, nurse sharks rely more on suction and determination than teeth.
Backend Eating Barracudas
The contents of any barracuda's stomach are likely to contain only the back-halves of its prey. Find out what happens to the head and the rest of the prey's body in this video.
I Was Bitten: Blood from a Shark Bite
Surfer Todd Endris lost so much blood from a shark attack, it's a wonder he survived. Find out what actions helped save his life in this clip from Discovery Channel's "I Was Bitten."
Perfect Predators: Bull Shark in Freshwater
On Discovery Channel's "Perfect Predators," see how bull sharks have developed a unique ability to move from salt water to fresh water, giving them a distinct advantage over their prey.
Perfect Predators Shorts: Mako Shark
A mako shark is the fastest shark in the sea; it is often compared to the cheetah on land. Learn more about the mako shark in this clip from Discovery Channel's "Perfect Predators Shorts."
Beast Tracker: Shark Test
Dr. Andrew West wants to see how sharks will react to humans being in open water with them. What better way to do this than jump right on in with the sharks?
Dirty Jobs: Counting His Eggs
At a walleye hatchery Mike Rowe embarks upon the "soul deadening" task of counting fish eggs in order to determine the number per liter.
Dirty Jobs: Making Babies
Want some baby fish? Lean over the pan, position your female, find the gonads ... and start to gently squeeze. (Believe us, it's a sight you won't soon forget.)
Tanked: Skateboard Tank
After a day of hard work, Wayde and Brett finally reveal the Skateboard Tank to the La Jolla Group. Will the build be a success?
Tanked: Scratch and Dent
Wayde and Brett are creating a custom tank in the shape of a skateboard ramp for the La Jolla Group. This tank not only needs to look cool, but will double as a functional skateboard ramp.
After The Catch: Bait Tricks
Scott Campbell and the other captains talk about ways to make greenhorns happier in their work at the bait station.