It's a shame really, you can tell they weren't really attacking, but just playing. It just so happens that when cheetahs' play, even without the intention of harming someone they still have the ability to greatly injure humans. People need to stop thinking they can control such strong wild animals.The photos taken by a tourist from Scotland show his wife on the ground, hair flying, blood on her neck, with two cheetahs nearby.
The Port Elizabeth Herald reported that Violet D'Mello of Aberdeen was attacked by cheetahs on April 28 while in a petting pen with the animals at the Kragga Kamma game reserve near Port Elizabeth in southeastern South Africa.
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There should have at least been people who work at the park and with the cheetahs present at all times that people are there with them. Maybe this woman's injuries wouldn't be so bad if park staff had ran over at the first sign of something going on.