& is killed. Parents sue the zoo, alleging this is all their fault. Pittsburgh zoo, family trade blame in toddler's mauling death case | Reuters To read the copy AD-FREE, find "Twitter" on the right side, & move the cursor down 5 buttons, then click on PRINT & read the pop-up. Canines are predators; even dogs, unable to escape in a pen, might badly-bite or kill a child who FELL into their midst, suddenly. Why is this so difficult to grasp? His mother put this child on a 3.5-ft tall railing; around waist-high, on folks between 5'6" & 6-ft tall. What made her think that was SAFE? Sorry, at some point, adults are responsible for their actions; circumventing the safety of the railing, which is specifically MEANT to block access, was asinine. I am sorry for the child's death, but i feel his parents are not acknowledging that their [or her] own actions are largely, if not totally, at fault. Maybe zoos should go to remote-access only, using live cameras & zero-access, zero-visible exhibits. It seems that some eejit will find a way to undermine safety, then blame the zoo. I am disgusted - i think they're just angling for a cash payout. :incazzato: . .