If you recall the story of the woman that was attacked by a jaguar at a zoo in Arizona, well she is back in the news again.
Now she is speaking out about the attack, saying that she was in the wrong for reaching over a barrier, but also feels that the zoo should move the barrier further away from the enclosure. She continued to say that, "Anybody can reach out. I'm not the first, and if they don't move the fence, I'm probably not going to be the last."
The zoo maintains that the attack occurred because the rules were not followed.
Litchfield Park, Ariz. - Leanne, who asked that her last name not be used, knows she's lucky to tell her story after she was clawed by a jaguar at an Arizona zoo. "The black jaguars was up against the fence and we happened to be walking by and we said, 'Hey let's get some good pictures,'" Leanne said.