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A female tourist from Boston was killed by a shark while paddleboarding in the Bahamas on Monday, according to police.

The unidentified victim was assaulted less than a mile off the western end of New Providence Island, where Nassau, the capital, is located. According to Police Sgt. Desiree Ferguson, she was paddleboarding with a man who was not hurt.

According to police, a lifeguard rescued both people with a boat after witnessing the incident, but the woman received major injuries to the right side of her body and was pronounced dead at the scene despite CPR efforts.

The species of shark that attacked the woman was not immediately evident. A message seeking a response from a police supervisor was not immediately returned.

According to Gavin Naylor, director of the International Shark Attack File in Florida, there have been two shark-related fatalities reported in the Bahamas in the last five years.

Shark Attack Bahamas Video

He stated that the Bahamas has a “huge” tourist population, adding that there are many people in the sea and visitors who wish to see sharks from a fishing boat or dive with them.

The Bahamas are home to 30 to 40 shark species, with the Caribbean reef shark, bull shark, tiger shark, and black tip shark having the highest bite frequency, according to Naylor.

Source: Vimbuzz.com

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