Two-year-old Maddox Derkosh fell into an African painted dog exhibit when his mother was lifting him up to get a better view.
The Pittsburgh Zoo should have made a larger safety net, even though it was just made for cameras and not humans, because it's better to be safe than sorry.
The zoo should have made an extra barrier at the exhibit where the railing was because if someone slipped and fell, then they wouldn't fall into the exhibit and get attacked by the painted dogs.
If the animals at the zoo can severely hurt or even kill someone, extra precautions should be taken. If I were one of the witnesses, I would have tried to help the boy by getting into the exhibit and getting the wild dogs off him.