Associate Professor to Appear on National Geographic Monday

Published: Jul 11, 2013
Daniel Huber specializes in studying the biomechanics of feeding and locomotion in cartilaginous fishes.
Daniel Huber specializes in studying the biomechanics of feeding and locomotion in cartilaginous fishes.
Daniel Huber, UT associate professor of biology, will give his expert take on shark behavior in two episodes of a National Geographic miniseries, “When Sharks Attack.” The shows will air Monday, July 15, on the National Geographic Wild channel.

“When Sharks Attack: Florida Frenzy” will air at 3 p.m., and “When Sharks Attack: Panic in Paradise” will air at 10 p.m.

National Geographic Wild is on Bright House channels 148 and 1262 (HD) and Verizon channels 132 and 632 (HD).

Huber has worked with National Geographic in the past, including in 2010 when he went to Bimini, in the western Bahamas, to film and research feeding behaviors and bite force measurements of tiger and bull sharks.