INJURED – 29 November 2011 – Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia – surfer bitten

Tabanan surf spot - shark attack site

The Tabanan surf spot in Bali - the site of a shark attack on 29 November 2011

Australian Mark Andrews, 18, was bitten on the right hand by a shark while surfing with friends at Tabanan in Bali, Indonesia. The incident happened about 1.30pm on Tuesday 29 November 2011.

A brief media report said the teenager received surgery at the Bali International Medical Clinic, but that the wound was not serious and that he was expected to make a full recovery.

No details about the size or species of shark were reported.

The Telegraph

PIC Source:
Pondok Pitaya Surfer Hotel


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One Comment on “INJURED – 29 November 2011 – Tabanan, Bali, Indonesia – surfer bitten”

  1. hisham Says:

    it is very interesting and very scary going around your site, sometimes you wonder where is the safe place to have a nice and safe swim, my comment is that in some of the news on the fatal attacks they mention that a verdict was sentenced to exterminate the culprite shark and rarely we see fotos of the captured shark .
    i know that following any attack a slaughter starts and hundred of innocent sharks pay the price for a bite or even a fatal attack, so does it happen that the killer gets killed and where are the fotos then?? i read in one site that once a shark starts feeding on humans it becomes a habit and he is turned into an actual “man-eater” like lions, is it true

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