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The man lost his index finger and knuckle as a result of the attack," the spokeswoman said. "He is being given pain relief and fluids at the scene." The beach where the attack occurred is located within the Crowdy Bay National Park, and close to the
Great white encounter for Wellington fishermen Jacqui Stanford, Newstalk ZB December 23, 2012, 7:58 am A frightening but thrilling encounter with a great white shark north of Wellington. Two fishermen in a 12-foot aluminium dinghy got a fright at
DAY The great white shark released Mike Fraser only after it had ripped off his arm. The 53-year-old was attacked in 1992, while snorkelling off Campbell Island 600km south of Invercargill, surveying the area for photographing and filming southern
Great white shark spotted off Kapiti coast Jacqui Stanford, Newstalk ZB December 22, 2012, 6:49 pm A couple of fishers have received the fright of their lives off Pukerua Bay on the Kapiti coast, where a Great White almost the size of their 12 foot
Richard Wands was nearly 150-ft away from the Trigg Beach in Perth with fellow surfers when he saw the 6-ft tiger shark – it was in the company of a number of other sharks and was feasting on a dolphin. This has been reported
The state government on Friday awarded a total of $900,000 to four projects intended to reduce the risk of shark attacks. Science and innovation minister John Day said he wanted WA oceans to be made safer. The state earned the unenviable title of
Bryn Martin, 64, was last seen swimming towards a marker buoy about 200 metres off Cottesloe Beach in October last year. His torn bathers were found on the ocean floor soon after but despite an extensive search, no trace of Mr Martin has been found.
Underwater Photographer Richard Salas Brings New Book to Chaucer's The Brooks Alum Signs Copies of Blue Visions on Tuesday, December 4 Thursday, November 29, 2012 Article Tools Imagine if you could import a proper photography studio setup underwater
28 November 2012 This stunning picture captures the moment a great white shark leaps out of the water clutching a seal in its mouth. The amazing picture of the great white was taken by Dana Allen, 50, in False Bay, off Cape Town in South Africa.
Dan Abel, professor of marine science at Coastal Carolina University and local shark expert, said it's hard to say whether a great white shark so close to Myrtle Beach is unusual...We don't know where they migrate to, for the most part, we don't know