Apparently, Chinese tourists aren’t any safer from big cats when traveling abroad.
In a video that went viral on Chinese social media over the weekend, a cheetah at a big cat reserve in South Africa is seen sneaking up on an unsuspecting foreign exchange student from Macau and leaping onto her, trying to bite her neck.
Fortunately, park rangers quickly rescue the woman. She made it out of the lightning quick attack without serious injury.
According to The Sun, the same cheetah, named Dew, went on to attack a 14-year-old New Zealand tourist the next day.
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