In the coastal waters of the Australian Fraser island deadly shark killed a fisherman. It is reported by news portal 7News.
On Saturday, 4 July, 36-year-old Matthew Trett worked with brother Rob spearfishing and faced with an aggressive shark. He managed to escape from the jaws of the predator and call for help.
Nearby fishermen carried Matthew to the land and put a tourniquet on. He promptly administered first aid and called paramedics, but due to loss of blood he died in brother’s arms.
“Underwater hunting was his passion, he knew that there is a risk,’ says his wife Kayla. He died, doing a favorite hobby in one of the most beautiful places — it gives me consolation.”
Sharks are found near the coast of Australia. The most common type in the Australian oceans — the great white shark, whale, tiger and Zebra sharks.