January 6, 2012
As University of Queensland shark researcher Jess Morgan explains to Discovery's Jennifer Viegas, sharks are apparently reacting to global warming by mating with other species. In this case, it is just the regional specific Australian black-tip shark and its intercontinental cousin, the common black-tip. But a super-powered hammerhead/tiger shark can't be too far behind. And after that, like Kool Keith said, who knows?