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Simon, 35, was killed by a shark

Simon, 35, was killed by a shark

The family of Briton Simon Nelist, 35, who was killed in a shark attack in Sydney this week, insists he does not want to kill the predator, he wrote. Daily Mail Australia.

– I don’t think Simon wants to kill the shark. His aunt Jackie Seeger, 62, told the newspaper he loved nature.

Shark attack: The family of Simon Nelist, who killed a great white shark in the Sydney area on Wednesday, does not want to kill the shark. Photo Caption: Andrew Fox/Rodney Fox Shark Expeditions/AFP/NTB

This is just an accident, and it shows that you can’t take life for granted.

Nilst was attacked from the depths of the sea by a great white shark on Little Bay Beach off the Australian city Wednesday afternoon local time. He was training for a charity swimming event he was going to attend when the attack happened.

Despite the many witnesses to the horrific accident, there was nothing that could be done to save his life. The police were later forced to pick up his remains at sea.

LITTLE BAY: A man walks along the cliffs in Little Bay Beach, where Briton Simon Nellist was attacked by sharks on Wednesday.  Authorities have deployed angelic stripes in an attempt to catch the giant white shark that has devoured Nelliste.  Photo: Mohamed Farouk/AFP/NTB

LITTLE BAY: A man walks along the cliffs in Little Bay Beach, where Briton Simon Nellist was attacked by sharks on Wednesday. Authorities have deployed angelic stripes in an attempt to catch the giant white shark that has devoured Nelliste. Photo: Mohamed Farouk/AFP/NTB

According to eyewitnesses, the attack was unprovoked, which is rare. Sharks usually keep their distance because humans are not usually something to eat.

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Nielst was an experienced diving instructor who moved to Australia six years ago. He had previously served in Afghanistan for the British Army and was due to marry his fiancée, Jesse Hu, this summer.

The two were supposed to get married last year, but the wedding was canceled due to the Corona pandemic.

The British had a great love for the sea and photos on Facebook show a happy Nelliste underwater smiling for the camera.

– This isn’t Simon’s first time swimming and then seeing sharks, but he still wants to swim. “He is brave,” said the aunt of the joy of swimming to my nephew.

Diving Enthusiast: Simon Nelist (35), who was killed by a shark in Cindy this week, was himself an experienced diving instructor.  Photo: shutterstock

Diving Enthusiast: Simon Nelist (35), who was killed by a shark in Cindy this week, was himself an experienced diving instructor. Photo: shutterstock

Wednesday’s attack is the first fatal shark attack in Sydney since 1963, and has led to widespread media coverage around the world. It has also accelerated the debate about Australian sharks and whether they are dangerous to swimmers.

So far many have called for the capture and killing of the predator that killed Nelest itself, and early Thursday authorities in New South Wales began work on setting up shark nets and bait in the area where the incident occurred.

In addition, they sent several drones in search of the shark, but to no avail.

Little Bay Beach and nearby resorts were closed for two days after the fatal accident, and people were advised to stay out of the water.

Warning: A sign on Little Bay Beach warns swimmers not to swim after Wednesday's deadly shark attack.  Photo: Mohamed Farouk/AFP/NTB

Warning: A sign on Little Bay Beach warns swimmers not to swim after Wednesday’s deadly shark attack. Photo: Mohamed Farouk/AFP/NTB

Crucial to use shark net

The use of shark nets is very controversial. Although the intent is to prevent sharks from establishing a permanent habitat on the bathing beaches, many sharks have died in them as well as other wildlife.

According to figures from the authorities in New South Wales, only 40 species of the total 375 marine animals caught in the 51 species of sharks targeted in Sydney were white sharks, bull sharks or tiger sharks. It’s just over 10 percent. Additionally, it is estimated that one sea turtle was found dead on the same nights every 20 days in 2020. Watchman.

White shark: photo illustrative.  It was the great white shark that attacked Nelliste in the sea off Little Bay in the Sydney area on Wednesday.

White shark: photo illustrative. It was the great white shark that attacked Nelliste in the sea off Little Bay in the Sydney area on Wednesday. Photo: Beat Von Niederhausen / AFP / NTB

A few weeks before his death, Nelest himself called on Facebook to ban the use of shark nets due to their disastrous impact on marine wildlife, writing that the nets “did not protect anyone, but they killed marine life.”

He is also said to have commented on several other occasions on the need to protect marine life.

He wanted to teach people about the ocean

His girlfriend Della Ross told the announcer 7 Australia news Nellist wanted to teach people to “respect the sea” because it is the home of sharks.

“Everything about Simon for me has to do with the sea,” she told the news channel.

Agniliner: A police boat is working to release bait in the area where the sharks were attacked by Nylist on Wednesday.  Photo: Mohamed Farouk/AFP/NTB

Agniliner: A police boat is working to release bait in the area where the sharks were attacked by Nylist on Wednesday. Photo: Mohamed Farouk/AFP/NTB

Even Australian emergency services said Wednesday night that the attack on Nelliste would not have been prevented if a shark net had been set up where the British were swimming.

Malabar Ocean Swim, the swimming event Nellist trained for when he was killed, has been canceled out of respect for the bereavement.

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