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This weekend a woman was attacked by a jaguar at an American zoo after she climbed over protective barriers to take a selfie with the wild animal.
According to multiple reports, the woman sustained a minor injury to her arm, which is probably nothing in comparison to the injury to her pride after Twitter found out.
In fact, the word “Jaguar” trended at number one for most of Monday morning, with users finding the selfie-taker’s antics laughable.
Understandably, most were more concerned about the jaguar’s feelings.
If you’re wondering what happened to the big cat, this isn’t one of those stories where human error results in a slain animal.
“She won’t be put down”, confirmed the zoo where the incident took place.
We can all agree on one thing, at least:
Feature image: cropped, Steve Wilson via Flickr (CC BY 2.0)