TWO killer sharks are roaming the Seychelles waters where British honeymooner Ian Redmond was killed last week, experts now believe.
Marine biologists found different “bite signatures” on IT consultant Ian – who was killed in front of his horrified bride Gemma – and French victim Nicolas Virolle.
Ian, 30, is believed to have been savaged by either a Great White or Tiger shark with serrated teeth. But Nicolas, 32 – who died 16 days earlier on the same beach, Anse Lazio, Praslin island – had more jagged injuries typical of a Bull Shark.
Tooth DNA results are expected in a week. Beach bathing bans are still in place.
A SURFER aged 49 died in a Great White attack yesterday in shallow waters off Plettenberg Bay, South Africa.
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