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Young Surfer Rides Wave With Great White Shark in Australia

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A 10-year-old surfer in Australia was recently photo-bombed by a Great White shark. Chris Hasson was taking photos of his son Eden at Samurai Beach in Port Stephens when something caught his eye. In one photo, Hasson discovered the face of a twisting shark on an apparent collision course. Shark experts say the shark was a juvenile Great White about 8 feet long. Port Stephens has seen shark attacks increase exponentially since early 2015.

Added on the 29/01/2017 12:50:40 - Copyright : Wochit

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