Fatal big cat attacks.

Abstract

Two cases of fatal attacks by large cats are presented. In the first case, a 30-year-old female zoo worker was attacked by a jaguar that had escaped its cage. In the second case, a 2-year-old girl was fatally injured by her father's pet leopard. The pattern of injuries in these cases is nearly identical to those of these cats' prey in the wild.

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@article{Cohle1990FatalBC, title={Fatal big cat attacks.}, author={S D Cohle and C W Harlan and G Harlan}, journal={The American journal of forensic medicine and pathology}, year={1990}, volume={11 3}, pages={208-12} }