We’ve heard a lot of grim instances at zoos as a result of human errors. It’s simple to be astonished by animals in the zoo that we don’t normally encounter. This is why photographing oneself and one’s friends with these creatures are quite popular. However, we should be careful when taking selfies.

Accidents do occur in zoos, and they are sometimes the result of human carelessness. However, it cannot be denied that there are zoo incidents caused by the lack of security precautions at the zoo. It’s also possible that the animal is simply too ferocious and aggressive, in which case it would attack people.

In Arizona, a woman in her 30s was attacked by a jaguar at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium and Safari in Litchfield Park.

The woman was attempting to take a selfie with her phone, according to Rural Metro Fire, the rescue service. She vaulted a barrier and strode up to the huge cat, ready to snap a photo. The woman’s arms were attacked out of nowhere by the jaguar. She was taken to the hospital as quickly as possible, and she didn’t suffer any serious injuries.

Adam Wilkerson shot a video of the event. He was with his mother and two children at the zoo when a woman was attacked by a not-so-friendly cat. According to Wilkerson, he heard the scream and then witnessed the woman’s hand being caught by the jaguar’s claws. He posted about it on Reddit. He stated, “It seems like pandemonium. Everyone yelling for help.” The jaguar’s mother then attempted to divert the animal by throwing a water bottle at it. Fortunately, the jaguar let go of the woman’s hand. He said, “We’re still in shock from it all.”

Before that, Brandon Brown had visited the zoo. During his interview with ABC15, he claimed to have been targeted by the same jaguar as well. According to Allan, he approached over the enclosure’s barrier to shoot a video when the animal pounced on him.

He claimed that he required eight stitches as a result of the incident. He engaged an attorney to fight for the construction of strong barriers between the animals and visitors.

The female jaguar’s second attack on zoo visitors was reported by the director of the Wildlife World Zoo, Mickey Ollson. He said the animal is about 4 or 5 years old and will not be euthanized. He added that it “was not the animal’s fault and they would never harm an animal, based on human behavior.”

He added, “I think you observe the barriers – they are there for a good reason.”

The Wildlife World Zoo’s administrators wrote, in a tweet: “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 animal’s fault when barriers are crossed. Still sending prayers to her and her family.”

What are your thoughts on the zoo director’s decision? Do you feel the jaguar should be killed because it has attacked visitors to the zoo? Was the woman in the right for disregarding barriers?