Woman gets out of car in safari park
By Tracy You For Mailonline. A Chinese woman who saw her mother being mauled to death by a protected tiger has demanded a 1. The deceased woman, Ms Zhou, was trying to save her daughter, Ms Zhao, who had stepped out of their car in the animal enclosure and got dragged away by a hungry beast last year. Ms Zhou was killed instantly while Ms Zhao sustained serious injuries and was apparently left disabled.SEE VIDEO BY TOPIC: CCTV: Woman mauled to death by tiger after getting out of car in wildlife zoo
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By Austin Ramzy. A woman was killed by a tiger over the weekend after jumping out of a car in a Beijing animal park to try to save her daughter from a tiger attack, local government officials said. At least one tiger mauled the women on Saturday at Badaling Wildlife World in a section that allows people to drive their own vehicles through a Siberian tiger enclosure, the Yanqing County government said in a written statement.
Surveillance video that circulated widely online showed a woman exit a car, then walk to the other side of the vehicle, where she was attacked a few seconds later by a tiger. As the animal dragged her away, her husband and mother jumped out in an attempt to rescue her. The woman left the car because of an argument with her husband, reported The Legal Evening News, based in Beijing. The Beijing News, also based in the Chinese capital, quoted a friend of the family who denied that the couple had been fighting.
The woman who was first attacked was badly injured, and her mother, who left the car in an effort to save her daughter, was killed, The Beijing News reported.
The park, near a famous section of the Great Wall in a county north of central Beijing, has had serious safety problems before. In March, a park employee was killed by an elephant. A security guard who stepped out of a patrol vehicle was killed by a tiger in The men had apparently been trying to take a shortcut through the park after a hike along the Great Wall, reported Xinhua, a state-run news agency.
While the number of wild tigers in China has dropped to fewer than two dozen living in the far northeast, where they cross back and forth into Russia, thousands of tigers are raised in parks around the country. Visitors to parks in cities like Harbin can pay to feed them, sometimes with live animals.
Critics say such breeding programs do little to help wild populations and are sometimes used as cover for the illegal trade in animal parts, like tiger pelts and wine made from their bones. That woman survived, while another woman who rushed to her rescue was killed. Home Page World U.
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Please refresh the page and retry. Tigers at a wildlife park in Beijing have killed a woman and injured another after the pair left their vehicle following a family argument. Another tiger then mauled the second woman to death, before carrying off her body. The first woman was injured in the attack.
By Austin Ramzy. A woman was killed by a tiger over the weekend after jumping out of a car in a Beijing animal park to try to save her daughter from a tiger attack, local government officials said. At least one tiger mauled the women on Saturday at Badaling Wildlife World in a section that allows people to drive their own vehicles through a Siberian tiger enclosure, the Yanqing County government said in a written statement. Surveillance video that circulated widely online showed a woman exit a car, then walk to the other side of the vehicle, where she was attacked a few seconds later by a tiger. As the animal dragged her away, her husband and mother jumped out in an attempt to rescue her.
Family runs from cheetahs after getting out of car at safari park to take pictures
Caught on camera: A family visiting a safari park in the Dutch city of Tilburg approached a group of cheetahs and quickly learned that was a horrible mistake. At first, the three cheetahs appear calm, lounging on a patch of grass at Safari Park Beekse Bergen, in the Netherlands, as the family parks their car a few feet away. A man exits the car and begins to take pictures of the cats. Moments later, a woman also gets out of the vehicle to put some items in the trunk, with a small child getting out behind her. The large cat begins to chase the car as it drives down a dirt path. Seconds later, the video pans to the family, once again leaving their car and climbing a small hill to take pictures of the creatures. But this time, the cats are ready to pounce. A group of tourists in the car behind them, who captured the terrifying encounter on video, gasp and yell as they watched the cats surround the family.
Idiotic tourist jumps out his of car to take photo of a lion at safari park
A tourist without much regard for his own safety was spotted jumping out of his car to get closer to a pride of lions. He started snapping pictures of the dangerous predators, with nothing to protect him if one of the lions decided it was hungry. Visitors to the park are told not to get out of their vehicles because of the danger from wild animals. The video shares a resemblance to another viral video, when a woman climbed into the lion enclosure at the Bronx Zoo. The zoo has condemned the video, confirming staff were alerted that someone climbed over a safety barrier at its African lion enclosure on Saturday.
Moments later as she opens the rear car door a tiger pounces and attacks her, dragging her off the road. Local Government officials say the woman's mother was killed by a second tiger as she tried to rescue her daughter, which was not caught on CCTV. Reports say the mother was killed on the spot and her daughter was left with serious injuries from the attack and remains in hospital. The New York Times says this is not the first fatality to happen at the drive-through animal park which is near a famous section of the Great Wall in North Beijing.
Family argument in wildlife park leaves woman dead after she leaves car and gets eaten by tiger
A family had to run away from a coalition of cheetahs after the parents and children got out of their car at a safari park. Initially a man opens one of the front doors to take pictures of a group of cheetahs lying nearby. Later in the video, the cheetahs can be seen bounding towards the family after they got out of their car further down the road.
The woman went to rescue her daughter who had got out a car to remonstrate with her partner as they passed through the Siberian tiger enclosure at Badaling Wildlife Park in China. Shocking footage has emerged of the moment a woman was mauled by a tiger and another dragged to her death during a family row at a safari park. The tragic incident began when a young woman got out of a car inside the Siberian tiger enclosure to berate her partner in the driver's seat. But the older woman was then attacked by a second tiger who dragged her to her death as park rangers frantically tried to intervene. A young woman gets out of the front passenger seat, slams her door and stomps round to the driver's side. But within seconds, a tiger appears from nowhere and pounces on the woman's back from behind.
China Tiger Attack Kills Woman at Drive-Through Animal Park