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- A 30-year-old woman was attacked by a jaguar after trying to take a selfie.
- The attack happened at the Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium, and Safari Park in Arizona.
- The zoo warned guests about staying behind the barriers.
An Arizona zoo is warning guests about staying behind barriers after a woman was attacked by a jaguar.
Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium & Safari Park in Litchfield Park, Arizona confirmed that a visitor received non-threatening injuries Saturday after trying to take a selfie with a jaguar, and told visitors to mind the zoo barriers for their own safety. See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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