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CNN A woman who was attacked by a jaguar at an Arizona zoo has apologized for the incident, according to a zoo spokeswoman. We can promise you nothing will happen to our jaguar. She's a wild animal and there were proper barriers in place to keep our guests safe- not a wild animals fault when barriers are crossed. Still sending prayers to her and her family. Chat with us in Facebook Messenger.

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A woman has apologized to officials at an Arizona zoo after she climbed over a barrier while trying to take a photo and was attacked by a jaguar.

Adam Wilkerson, who was at the zoo with his mother and two sons, said his mother successfully distracted the jaguar by shoving a water bottle into the cage. A video he took shows the woman writhing on the ground after the attack. Gilleland said. The zoo did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Zoo officials told local news outlets that the woman, who has not been publicly identified, later apologized for her actions.

Life-threatening and fatal incidents in recent years have highlighted the dangers that people will accept for a photo, especially a selfie. It was not clear whether the woman in Arizona was trying to take a selfie.

According to a study , deaths from October to November were a result of attempted selfies, most while the person was engaging in risky behavior like standing on the slippery edge of a cliff. At Kaaterskill Falls in the Catskill Mountains, for instance, four of the most recent deaths were the result of someone either posing for or taking a picture, and New York State has taken measures to make the area more safe and accessible to visitors.

Individuals need to be educated regarding certain risky behaviors and risky places where selfies should not be taken. Home Page World U.

Woman mauled by jaguar while taking a selfie apologizes to zoo

A woman has apologized to officials at an Arizona zoo after she climbed over a barrier while trying to take a photo and was attacked by a jaguar. Adam Wilkerson, who was at the zoo with his mother and two sons, said his mother successfully distracted the jaguar by shoving a water bottle into the cage. A video he took shows the woman writhing on the ground after the attack. Gilleland said. The zoo did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

She wanted to get closer for a selfie — but the big cat wasn't having it. Over the weekend, a woman climbed over a barrier to the jaguar enclosure at Wildlife World Zoo in Arizona for a picture when one of the big cats reached out and attacked her arm.

By Christian Gollayan. March 11, pm Updated March 11, pm. On Saturday, a woman was attacked by a jaguar in an Arizona zoo after crossing the barrier to take a selfie. A video of the incident shows the parkgoer writhing in pain with a gash on her arm. Sending prayers to the family tonight.

Jaguar Attacks Woman at Arizona Zoo, and the Woman Apologizes

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Woman attacked by a jaguar while taking a photo apologizes to the Arizona zoo

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Mar 11, - Selfie-Taking Woman Apologizes After Jaguar Attack At Arizona Zoo barriers there, and if people cross them, they can get in trouble." Zoo.

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