LITCHFIELD PARK, AZ (KRON/CNN) - A jaguar attacked a woman trying to take a selfie at a zoo in Arizona.
Witnesses at the zoo say the woman crossed over a barrier to take a picture. That's when the animal reached out and attacked her arm.
The jaguar let go after a witness distracted it with a bottle.
The woman needed medical attention but is expected to be okay.
This is not the first time the female jaguar has hurt a park visitor. The zoo director says a year ago it scratched another person who crossed the barrier.
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