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Female worker's arm ripped off by tiger

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A female employee at an Oklahoma zoo has lost her arm after being attacked by a tiger.

The attack occurred at the G.W. Exotic Animal Park in Wynnewood early on Saturday morning.

According to the Garvin County Sheriff's Office, the woman was mauled by an adult tiger and has been air-lifted to OU Medical Center in Oklahoma City.

http://www.dailymail...-hand-cage.html

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Um... duh! Its a freaking tiger! What'd you think would happen? Darwin Award material right there.

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It's Grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreat!

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Posted (edited)

No sympathy at all for the stupid woman. Her jackets ruined now.

Edited by SheWomanCatTypeThing
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This is what happens when you put big ass predators in a cage. I'm from Oklahoma and I know that!!

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Oh my god that's horrible.

I hope she's OK.

And now the tiger may be euthanized. None of this is funny or ggrreeaattt

This is what happens when you put big ass predators in a cage. I'm from Oklahoma and I know that!!

Unfortunately, it's the only way to protect the species at this point.

They are a hairs breath from extinction.

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That is true. Which very sad.

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Oh my god that's horrible.

I hope she's OK.

And now the tiger may be euthanized. None of this is funny or ggrreeaattt

Unfortunately, it's the only way to protect the species at this point.

They are a hairs breath from extinction.

Doubt the animal will be killed:

1- Its an at risk/endangered species. So killing it would be extremely frowned upon

2- Fault lies entirely on the employee, had the tiger escaped its enclosure and mauled somebody they might have a case. However, the tiger was in its enclosure, the employee violated safety protocol, thus no blame could be put on the animal.

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Maybe she thought the tiger was her friend. They don't make good friends.

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None of this is funny or ggrreeaattt

We're gonna have to agree to disagree

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The zoo owner has stated that the tiger will not be put down.

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when dealing with large aggressive feline predictors always remember to stay at arms length.......whoops

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My lord, sensation much?

She is in stable condition after surgery and did not lose her arm

Edited by Render

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The internet is no place for facts, sir!

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