The man, from Queensland State, was killed while surfing in Salt Beach near Kingscliff on the northernmost coast of New South Wales, according to Surf Surf Saving New South Wales.
Shortly after 10 am on Sunday, the police and emergency responders were notified that a man had been attacked on the beach. Many surfers and boarders rush to rescue him, fight the shark and then help the man on the beach, local police A statement said
Surf Life Saving said he had bitten on the back of his thigh, and received first aid on the beach for serious injuries to his left leg, but he died at the scene. The current situation.
Beaches between Kingscliff and Cabarita will be closed for 24 hours.
First responders, police and biologists are now monitoring the area.
Surf Life Saving has published several jet skis, drones and helicopters to track shark. The authorities spotted it from the air and took photos.
These shark biologists evaluated these photos and signs of a man’s sting, and determined that it was a large white shark about 3 meters (9.8 feet) in size, according to Surf Life Saving.
The attack is the latest in a handful of other deadly shark encounters in Australia this year. In January, a white shark appeared to attack a diver off the south coast of Western Australia, although his body was not found. In April, a park and wildland officer was killed by a shark near the Great Barrier Reef.