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Shark cull debate reignited after fatal attack in WA MP3

The debate on whether to cull sharks in Western Australia has been reignited, after a surfer was killed in a weekend attack off Gracetown in the state's south-west. Beaches in the area remain closed today, as government officers try to catch the animal. The man's death has local surfers calling for large sharks to be killed to prevent future attacks, but others say that's not the solution. Source: abc.net.au

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