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16-year-old boy dies in shark attack in Australia’s Swan River
District Inspector Paul Robinson called the incident tragic.
It is believed to be the first attack since the death of a 13-year-old boy in January 1923.

Canberra. On Saturday, a shark attacked a 16-year-old girl (Shark Attacked On Girl) in the Swan River in the city of Perth in Western Australia, causing her a painful death. The local police gave this information. Western Australia Police Inspector Paul Robinson said emergency personnel provided medical assistance to the scene but were unable to save him.

According to the Guardian report, District Inspector Paul Robinson described the incident as tragic and said the minor was riding a jetski with her friends. After seeing the dolphins, she jumped off her jetski and jumped into the water, only to be attacked by a shark. His corpse was taken out of the river in critical condition, there were terrible wounds on his body. He immediately received medical attention, but he was already deceased. Police say the family of the deceased were not at the scene at the time of the incident, but anyone who saw the scene must have been very dangerous.

Experts say the “rare attack” could be the work of a bull shark. Although what type of shark it was remains to be confirmed. Wildlife scientist Dr Vanessa Pirotta told Weekend Today the species is currently thought to be a bull shark. The bull shark is a species found in warm, shallow waters along coasts and rivers.

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It is believed to be the first fatal shark attack in the Swan River since the death of a 13-year-old boy in January 1923. Australia typically has around 20 recorded shark attacks each year, most producing in New South Wales and Western Australia. It is not common to die from a shark bite. There have been two fatal shark attacks in 2021 and seven in 2020.

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