A surfer carries his board into the water next to a sign declaring a shark sighting on Sydney's Manly Beach, Australia, Nov. 24, 2015. To match Feature USA-SHARKS/ REUTERS/David Gray/File Photo
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A woman's body was found off the western Australian city of Perth with "significant injuries consistent with a shark attack," police said Sunday, just two days after a surfer died after being mauled along the same coastline.Surf Life Saving WA tweeted earlier Sunday that a shark was sighted one kilometer (0.62 miles) offshore from Mindarie Beach.Deadly attacks are relatively rare, according to the International Shark Attack File, which in February reported a record 98 shark attacks worldwide last year.
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