7 Videos of Attacks by Zoo Animals

Last week, headlines were made when a gorilla was shot after a 3-year old boy slipped into his enclosure at the Cincinnati Zoo in Ohio, USA. Attacks by zoo animals happen regularly and are sometimes fatal, leading onlookers to fear for the safety of the child.

If you haven’t seen the video, here it is:

I am not going to get into the debate about whose fault it was and how the situation could have been better handled. However, I do want to point out that as much as we love animals, they can be dangerous, and we would be wise to take necessary precautions around them.

Here are 7 videos of some of the worst attacks by zoo animals.

Warning: Not for sensitive viewers

  1. A White Tiger Attacks and Kill Man in Delhi Zoo, India

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ljiq_x5uyDE

  1. Polar Bear Attacks a Woman in Anchorage, Alaska, USA

3.  A man is attacked and seriously hurt by 3 lions at Barcelona Zoo, Spain

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGkxi_rwTN8

4. A lion attacks an unstable man who jumps into the zoo’s lion exhibit, Taipei Zoo in Taiwan

5. Toddler falls into jaguar pit at Little Rock, Arkansas Zoo, USA

  1. Tiger kills keeper at Florida Zoo – This one proves that not even zookeepers are immune to animal attacks: Florida, USA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RJETKooYiLM

6. Child killed in African Wild Painted Dogs Pen at Pittsburgh Zoo, USA

7. 100-pound male leopard escapes Indian Zoo after mauling three people: Bangalore , India

Moral of the story: Animals are dangerous. Don’t be reckless around them. Keep your distance even if the animal is behind bars and most importantly, watch your kids.

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