A giant great white shark attacks a surfer who frantically fights him off as a warning is issued of beasts flocking from beaches

BEACH-GOERS and surfers have been warned that giant sharks are pursuing swimmers at a famous Queensland beach as the annual migration begins after an attack over the weekend.

A former surfing champion shared the dramatic moment his nephew survived a shark attack off Frenchman’s Beach in southeast Australia.

This shark tracker map shows recent sightings of tracked sharks in Australia

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This shark tracker map shows recent sightings of tracked sharks in Australia
Surfer Russell Specht shared this drone shot of a massive shark off Point Lookout

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Surfer Russell Specht shared this drone shot of a massive shark off Point LookoutPhoto credit: Instagram/ Russellspecht
Nephew Logan was surfing when he was viciously attacked by a shark

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Nephew Logan was surfing when he was viciously attacked by a sharkPhoto credit: @adam_ernster

Longtime North Stradbroke Island resident Russell Specht took to social media on Monday morning to share the story and warn tourists of the hidden danger of whale migration.

Specht, who posted an aerial photo of the monster shark, said his nephew Logan, the lifeguard, “got really close” while surfing the popular break.

“He had to put the board between himself and a big white man… he thought it was over,” he said in his Istagma post.

“I had to post something because too many tourists just don’t have a clue.”

The surfer added: “So many crew locals and tourists have no idea [amount of] Whites following the whales and schools of mullets up and down [the] coast at this time of year.”

That warning came after a giant white surfer threatened at Frenchman’s Beach over the weekend.

In the social post, Specht recalled surfing at Straddie, another location on North Stradbroke Island, in the 1970s when another surfer was attacked by a shark.

Specht recalled how his friend’s leg was bitten off by the predatory shark: “I will never forget the slaughter.”

Typically between June and August each year, whales migrate to the warmer waters of Australia’s east coast to mate, bringing with them large numbers of killer sharks.

In March, Australian snapper Sean Scott left the internet stunned when he shared chilling drone footage of a shark roaming off Australia’s west coast before disappearing in a flash.

This comes a year after a giant 900-pound tiger shark was reeled in by a group of Sydney fishermen after a 45-minute battle with the ferocious beast.

Captain Paul Barning and the crew of the Dark Horse caught the deadly shark off the Sydney coast, then brought it ashore to be weighed at Port Hacking in Sydney’s Sutherland Shire.

The sharks can grow up to 7.62 meters long and sometimes weigh more than 800 kg.

In 2021, there were 18 shark attacks in Australia, including three fatalities.

The former surfing champion warned of the dangers of sharks after his nephew's attack

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The former surfing champion warned of the dangers of sharks after his nephew’s attackPhoto credit: Getty
A female surfer shows the huge dent in her surfboard caused by a shark bite

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A female surfer shows the huge dent in her surfboard caused by a shark bitePhoto Credit: AP:Associated Press
Many tourists are unaware that sharks are common during Australia's winter months

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Many tourists are unaware that sharks are common during Australia’s winter months

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