A man surf on his 'Stand Up Paddle Board' in Punta Hermosa beach in Lima, Peru, Saturday, Feb. 7, 2015. (AP Photo/Martin Mejia)
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A Japanese national died Monday after a shark tore off his legs while he was surfing off Australia's east coast, not far from the area where another surfer was mauled by a shark a day earlier, officials said.Ballina is just 20 kilometers (12 miles) south of Seven Mile Beach, where 35-year-old surfer Jabez Reitman was attacked on Sunday.Reitman was surfing off Seven Mile Beach, near the tourist town of Byron Bay, when he was bitten by what he described as a 2-to-3-meter (7-to-10-foot) shark.In September, a 50-year-old swimmer was killed by a shark at Byron Bay.
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