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    was aboard a six-metre vessel on a fishing expedition about 5km from shore with his father and toowoomba restaurants two other men when a shark grabbed him from the boat,” Ambulance Tasmania said in a statement.

    ‘I’m 28 years old and have been fishing all my life and never have I even seen a shark here, let alone a shark attack. We don’t normally get them up here,’ he told the Mr Hursey said, due to the damage on the side of the boat, the predator must have been at least three meters long.

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