A young surf lifesaver killed during a crowded carnival was one of 10 people who lost their lives during the city’s ‘shark era’

A “catastrophic” shark attack that claimed the life of a Sydney swimmer on Wednesday was the city’s first fatality in 60 years – but it was far from unprecedented.

A century ago, Sydney experienced a spate of deadly encounters that continued for a decade and left authorities scrambling for answers.

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