Discovery Channel’s 30-year shark marathon continues in 2019 with more than 20 hours of new programming, giving its cult-classic status and devoted fans tons more to enjoy. The channel has announced a collaboration with non-profit conservation group Oceana as part of its ongoing efforts to reclaim the educational and conservation heritage of Shark Week, as they move away from the mockumentary style of years past. If you’re a fan of Shark Week, or just sharks in general, it’s never too late to stock up on all the necessities for a week of binge watching some of nature’s most amazing animals.
Perfect for pre-gaming at home or the office, this shark-themed mug shows you’re ready for the biggest holiday of the summer. It’s especially appropriate for drinking Shark Bite coffee — no sharks harmed in the making and its toasty butter rum flavor helps you take a bite out of the day.
More than just a coffee-table photo book, Nat Geo’s photographer Brian Skerry offers the shark-obsessed a bible of sorts. Nearly 200 pages long, this love letter to an apex predator blends beautiful underwater photos with personal anecdotes, plus tons of factual data about sharks and their important place in a healthy ecosystem.