Australia: Shark becomes dreaded again after 60 years in Sydney

Following the deadly SAARC attack in Sydney, Australia, several beaches have been closed. This decision was made after a swimmer was killed in a shark attack, according to media reports. This is the city’s first beach-related death in nearly 60 years. According to reports, the dreaded shark has been repeatedly attacking people for several days, causing panic among the public and prompting the closure of many beaches. As a precautionary measure, in the vicinity of the attack site. The sharks are fed using drum lines that have been set up. Aside from that, drones have been used to keep an eye on the dreaded shark.

A shark attacked a swimmer on Wednesday afternoon at Little Bay Beach, about 20 kilometres (12 miles) south of Australia’s largest city Sydney and near the entrance to Botany Bay, in which he died, according to a video posted online. The identity of the swimmer has yet to be revealed by police.

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