Almost two decades after the underwater carnage in Deep Blue Sea (1999), the shark conservationist, Misty Calhoun, accepts the pharmaceutical billionaire Carl Durant's invitation to join his team of marine biologists in the Akhelios Complex: a sophisticated research facility in the middle of the ocean. Intent on succeeding where the ambitious Aquatica Project has failed, instead, Durant makes the same mistake, and genetically enhances the brains of his bull shark specimens with a highly experimental formula, transforming them into smarter and deadlier predators. Now, one of them is pregnant. Can the team survive the onslaught of the super-sharks?
Stronger. Wiser. Deadlier.
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Did You Know?
While pregnant, the bull shark pups will cannibalize in the womb, as a "survival of the fittest and/or smartest" nature tactic. So a female bull shark will typically give birth to about 1 or 2 pups at a time. The film suggests that the genetic altering had changed the pups nature, so instead of cannibalizing, they ate the humans as an alternative "survival of the fittest and/or smartest" tactic, as more than 2 pups were born. See more
The fins of the sharks never rose high enough out of the water to be able to slice the mooring lines and cast the boat partially adrift. See more
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