The surfer accessed a nearby cafeteria after the attack, where a nurse helped him.
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A surfer survived a suspected white shark attack on the west coast of Australia on Monday and is currently recovering in a hospital, information from authorities and local media.
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A spokesman for Western Australia Health Services told AFP that the young man was in stable condition.
Local authorities closed the area’s beaches to «ensure the safety» of the population. According to the local West Australian outlet, the surfer saw access to a nearby cafeteria after the attack, where a nurse helped him.
He was helped by a group of surfers after he went to a local hospital, from where he was taken to Bunbury Regional Hospital on a stretcher, according to images published on the website of the medium.
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More than 100 of the world’s more than 370 shark species live in Western Australian waters, from the 12-inch pygmy shark to the world’s largest fish, the whale shark, which can reach 40 feet in length.
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Since 2010, there have been 16 fatal shark attacks in this part of Australia, according to the Taronga Conservation Society, which keeps track of such incidents. The latest attack dates back to February and necessarily the death of a teenager.
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