A woman is suffering non-threatening injuries after being attacked by a jaguar after trying to take a selfie with it.
The woman tried to get a selfie with the jaguar at Wildlife World Zoo, Aquarium, and Safari Park in Arizona. In order to attempt to get a selfie with the jaguar, she crossed the barrier with her arm and the jaguar swiped her arm pretty good.
While this is the second time in a month the same jaguar has swiped at a guest, the zoo said that the jaguar will not be euthanized. The zoo says the barriers are proper to keep the guests safe, but when guests cross the barrier, it's not the wild animals fault if there's an injury.