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Jan. 10, 19 | 6:57 am

Two zookeepers working at Al Ain Zoo sustained injuries after a jaguar attacked them.

The two Asian men, who were responsible for taking care of the jaguar, were able to escape after the animal attacked them inside an open cage, according to media reports.

The incident happened on Sunday after the cage door was mistakenly left open.

One of the zookeepers was able to escape the cage immediately, while one of them was saved through the help of other zookeepers.

The zookeepers are now in stable conditions and zoo officials said that one of them was already released from the hospital.

Ghanem Mubarak Al Hajeri, director general of Al Ain Zoo said that they will be investigating the incident and make the necessary recommendations.

No other zoo visitors were hurt because of the incident.

The Al Ain Zoo is the largest of its kind in the Middle East measuring a total land area of 400 hectares.

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