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Another Shark Attack0
By - Posted 4th July, 2015 at 9:42 pm

Another shark attack has happened in a remote area of Western Australia.

The man, who is a 34-year-old surfer, is in a stable condition after being bitten by a shark. He suffered injuries to his abdomen and  his right arm while surfing at Red Bluff on Australia’s North West coast on Tuesday afternoon. He was later flown to the state capital Perth for further treatment. This attack comes six weeks after another surfer was killed by a 16 foot Great White shark. The rise in the number of sharks attacking humans has sparked a debate on how to control the population of sharks despite these animals being in their own environment

 
Something that has already increased is the number of surfer lifesaving clubs, better equipment and shark patrols. The government of Australia are looking to minimize the risks of shark attacks by thinking about sharks nets. Shark nets are strung up on popular beaches to trap the sharks, preventing them from reaching the beach. My opinion on this is it’s very unfair on the sharks as they are in their home and we humans are invading that.

If you want to debate on this particular topic click on Read More & Comment to send me your thoughts. Let’s hope we learn to respect these powerful animals.

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