A woman in her 30ies got injured when she tried to take a selfie with a jaguar at Wildlife World Zoo in Arizona. She had climbed a barrier to get closer to the big cat, but the female jaguar didn't seem to like the idea, so she clawed the woman's arm instead. A woman was trying to take a selfie with a jaguar when it attacked her, authorities say I hope nothing will be done to the jaguar, it's not its fault when someone is stupid enough to try to get too close to a wild animal, even if its at a zoo. There are a reason why there are barriers, both for the sake of the animals, as well as the visitors. Shouldn't a person in her 30ies know that wild animals don't act like pets when getting too close? And why the need to take selfies at dangerous places?