We head to Arizona where a woman was attacked by a female jaguar during her visit.

6ABC.com reports that the Wildlife World Zoo is investigating how and why their female jaguar felt threatened and attacked a woman attempting to take a selfie right outside the enclosure.

What's not adding up is how the woman sustained the injuries she did since the jaguar didn't escape the enclosure. Apparently, the woman did step over the boundary point, so if the animal could get to her from within the bars, then there's the answer.

6ABC.com reports that when zoo personnel were asked whether or not the jaguar would be euthanized as a result of the incident, they said they wouldn't hurt an animal for reacting to "human behavior".

What's the lesson here? The barriers aren't a mere suggestion; they're there for a reason!

The woman's injuries, luckily, are non-life threatening.

Check out the video below.


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Source: 6ABC.com, Youtube