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Today WA Fisheries began an extensive search for the shark, either a Great White or a Tiger shark, which they said would be killed and used for forensic purposes.
Fisheries officer Rory McAuley said they were looking for the remains of the victim, but also to ensure there was no ongoing risk to the public.
Police have warned local fishermen not to enter the water in the area while the search continued for the shark with the help of a department shark expert.