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Police say man in his 50s suffered critical injuries to his upper thigh during attack at Tuncurry beach, near Forster. A surfer has died after he was mauled by a 4.
Paramedics were called to the beach, just north of Forster, about am on Tuesday, after the man in his 50s was bitten while surfing. He was pulled from the water but died despite the efforts of bystanders and emergency workers to revive him. Shark scientists from the NSW Department of Primary Industry have since analysed photos of the bite and determined a white shark about 4. NSW Ambulance inspector Joshua Smyth praised the bystanders who entered the water to bring the injured man to shore despite the risk. Drones have been deployed in the area, as the DPI and police search for the shark responsible.
Eight people were killed in shark attacks in Australian waters last year, according to the Taronga Conservation Society which records shark fatalities.
In January a Victorian man went missing in waters off Port MacDonnell in South Australia, and his torn wetsuit was later found, but his case was not recorded as an official shark fatality. Environment Climate crisis Wildlife Energy Pollution.
Australia news. This article is more than 4 months old. A man aged in his 50s has died after being bitten by a shark off Tuncurry Beach in the mid-north coast of New South Wales. Australian Associated Press. Tue 18 May . Reuse this content.Tuncurry boy looking for someone
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