A 9-year-old was attacked by a kangaroo while visiting a safari park in Alabama this weekend.
White claimed that her daughter was attacked by a kangaroo and had video evidence of the happening. It grabbed her nine-year old daughter by her hair and appears to bite her head.
A 9-year-old girl is recovering after being injured by a kangaroo in Alabama. A kangaroo, on the other side, then reaches through the fence and grabs the girl's head.
Her mother quickly took her to the hospital for medical treatment. "Why did I take her to see the kangaroo?'" said her mother, Jennifer White.
White says she chose to surprise her daughters over the weekend with a trip to one of their favorite places. "I'm just glad it got me instead of my baby sister because it would have hurt her even worse", Cheyenne White said. "I was like, 'Yay!"
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A safari employee told WAFF that the safari owners did not want to comment on the incident but pointed to signage detailing a state law that says people take some of their own risks when visiting an "agri-tourism business". "We're at the safari zoo", said Cheyenne.
"I'm just glad I was there", an emotional Jennifer told NBC-affiliate WAFF.
'I thought it was playing, ' Cheyenne told WAFF. Jennifer White said if the park had a better barrier, her daughter wouldn't have been injured. The kangaroo trail has multiple warning signs posted at its entrance.
There is a sign that reads "I bite", on a plaque outside the fence.