It was the latest satellite ping from the apex predator, previously recorded approaching Bermuda as part of a research project detailing the species' behaviors and movements.
"Our deepest condolences go to this young man's family and friends," Fraser Coast mayor George Seymour said.
The clip—which was filmed over Father's Day weekend at Cape Henlopen State Park Beach—needs to be seen to be believed.
Researchers find their eyes are covered with "dermal denticles" that help protect these organs.
Sea Rescue South Africa warned there had been an increase in great white sightings in recent weeks.
"Water certainly doesn't hold the same appeal for me or my family that it once did and for now, that's fine. I was lucky once. I won't be testing that luck again any time soon," the teenager said.
"They did everything they could to try and save his life, but despite their best efforts, were unable to do so," a local ambulance inspector said.
The government has called for review of shark conservation following concerns fishing may have led to a drop in shark numbers.
The site was discovered by chance by scientists studying fossilized shark and ray teeth at three locations in South America.
A 3-inch tooth was found on a dirt path in Eglin Reservation, northwest Florida. Paleontologists suspect it came from a quarry.
Basking sharks can be seen in Irish waters throughout the year but there has been an above-average number of sightings this spring.
On Friday, a surfer near Bells Beach, Victoria, was attacked by a shark. Footage shows the 23-year-old being helped to shore by a local man.
At 40 foot, the whale shark is not only the world's largest shark, it is the world's largest fish. However, it is considered harmless to humans.
The man recieved minor injuries after a collision with a shark. A lifeguard described it as a "bump." He said: "It didn't bite."
Crescent Head beach in New South Wales, Australia, reopened after a swimmer was bitten by a wobbegong earlier today.
Pings from the shark's transmitter suggest she is 200 miles off the Virginia coast.
The man was in New Zealand fishing when he was approached by the 8.2-foot white shark. "I heard him before I saw him," he recalled.
Scientists describe the first observation of a white shark attacking and killing a humpback whale, following a sighting in Mossel Bay, South Africa.
Marine research group OCEARCH have been tracking Unama'ki's progress since she was tagged in Nova Scotia last year. She has spent most of her time since in the Gulf of Mexico.
The shark, believed to be a hammerhead, appears unfazed by the presence of the surfer and is later spotted diving back into the ocean.
Unama'ki has been in the Gulf of Mexico since October and now appears to be inching closer to the Florida coast. Researchers hope she will lead them to a new white shark nursery.
Video footage taken by diver Jim Cocci shows footage of the great white shark, believed to be a pregnant female, during a dive on Tuesday.
OCEARCH's shark tracker shows a large group of great white sharks congregating around the Carolinas in the Northwest Atlantic Shared Foraging Area.
Footage shows 20 sharks as they wait for pipis to emerge from the sea on Torres Strait beach on Mer Island, Australia.
"It took the catch bag of fish right out of my hand narrowly missing my arm," one spear-fisherman said. "I unhooked it from myself whilst the shark was thrashing around and let him take it."
"I think his whole foot was in the shark's mouth, and you could see the bite mark on the top and bottom of his foot," said a friend of the victim. "Must have been maybe a five or six-foot shark."
This picture of Snooty the lemon shark was taken by Galice Hoarau and submitted to the 2019 Ocean Art Underwater Photo Competition.
Cameron Grace, 17, saw the fish getting close to the swimmers in Forster, New South Wales, Australia.
A 26-year-old surfer has suffered a foot injury "possibly from a shark" off the coast of North Carolina, local authorities have reported.