A Netflix crew filming “Our Planet II” in Hawaii had a “Jaws” like experience. They were setting up to do an underwater shoot around the Hawaiian island of Laysan where they could film tiger sharks waiting in the shallows as albatross chicks spend the first months of their lives learning how to fly. The crew were in inflatable boats when a tiger shark bit into one and it exploded. They quickly reached the shore to get away from the predator. The show’s producer and director Toby Nowlan says the behavior of the sharks was odd. "They were incredibly hungry, so there might not have been enough natural food and they were just trying anything they came across in the water." Later sharks attacked a vessel of theirs again. You can see the episode they shot and the rest of “Our Planet II” on Netflix now.