Shark in Australia broke surfer in half

Shark ripped in half on Sunday the 21-year surfer in Bunker Bay near the western coast of Australia, experts believe that it is a great white shark. This was reported today by Agence France-Presse.

The lower part of the victim's body was cut off entirely.

In search of a 4.5-meter shark involved airplanes and boats.

— Shark it was perfect conditions. The water was dark and opaque, it was cloudy and drizzling rain, at bay, whales and seals — said Police Sergeant Craig Anderson, adding that the surfer was in the water, along with four friends.

Incident at Bunker Bay was the first shark attack death in February in Australia.

Expert on sharks New Edwards said that the coastal area where the attack occurred, was "by migration" predators, especially the great white shark.

— The risk of being attacked in the water is very low, however, without a doubt, today in these places a lot more people than it was 10 or 20 years ago, so more and attacks — said the expert.

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