The woman, who hasn't been identified, was allegedly trying to take a selfie when she crossed a barrier meant to keep visitors back from the animal's enclosure at Wildlife World Zoo in Litchfield Park on Saturday.
The jaguar that attacked an Arizona woman - who jumped a barrier to snap a selfie with the feline - will not be euthanized, zoo officials said Sunday. "If it bleeds through, just put another one on top of that, OK?" the operator told her. Now she's apologizing for the incident. While standing right next to the jaguar enclosure, the cat reached through the cage and pinned the woman, piercing her arm with its claw.
Adam Wilkerson, who witnessed the incident along with his mother, said he and his mother heard the woman screaming and ran to help her when they realized what was happening.
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A woman survived a close encounter with a jaguar after trying to take a selfie with it at an Arizona zoo on Saturday.
The woman arm wounds caused excruciating pain, but all of her injuries were non-life-threatening.
Officials with Wildlife World Zoo said in a statement that a guest was injured by a female jaguar at the zoo in Litchfield Park, not far from Phoenix.
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"We can promise you nothing will happen to our jaguar", the zoo said in a tweet in response to concerned members of the public.
"When my mom put the water bottle through the gate, the jaguar let go of the girl. Still sending prayers to her and her family", the zoo posted on late Saturday evening.
"There's no way to fix people crossing barriers", said zoo director Mickey Ollson, AzFamily reported in another article.
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"Please understand why barriers are put in place", officials tweeted. "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".