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Jaws: the true story
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- Time-Life Video
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1 videocassette (57 min.): VHS; col., sd.
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Looks at the legendary great white shark, the most awesome and powerful predator in the sea. Discusses some of the unanswered basic biological questions about the shark such as its breeding, eating and migration habits, as well as the number of great white sharks in the oceans. Explores questions surrounding shark attacks unto humans.
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Donated to the Ryerson University Library by Dr. Joe MacInnis.
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Viewing access within Ryerson University Library or by permission.
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Copyright held by Time-Life Video and WGBH TV, Boston
Cameramen, Keith Burton, Hiro Nirito, Peter Rosen ; editor, E. Deborah Dorsey ; film editor, Phil Elliott ; music, Roger Limb ; underwater photography, Al Giddings, Oceans Images; Narrator, Ted O'Brien.
Produced for Nova, a television series