In this image made from video, surfer Charlie Fry is interviewed as he talks about being attacked by a shark at Avoca Beach, Australia, Tuesday, Nov. 14, 2017. (Channel 9 Australia via AP)
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CANBERRA: A novice surfer mastered a pro's move on the first try: He punched a shark on the nose to escape its jaws.A British doctor who arrived in Australia two months ago to work, Fry said Tuesday he had recently watched a YouTube video in which Australian professional surfer Mick Fanning described his famous escape from a great white shark during a surfing competition in 2015 .Fry, 25 and a surfing beginner, was in the water with three doctor friends when he was attacked off Avoca Beach, 90 kilometers north of Sydney.Fry said he wasn't conscious of his injured and bleeding arm until he reached the shore.
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