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Caipora, a young female jaguar does some people watching from her cage at the Denver Zoo Thursday, August 2, 2007. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration has proposed a $3,500 fine for the Denver Zoo for alleged unsafe working conditions that led to a jaguar fatally mauling a zookeeper in February. The citation issued by OSHA's Denver office alleges "one serious violation" of the Occupational Health and Safety Act for what an agency statement said was "failure to provide appropriate protocols to prevent inadvertent contact with dangerous animals." The zoo reopened the indoor exhibits of the Feline House today. (PHOTO/ DENNIS SCHROEDER/ ROCKY MOUNTAIN NEWS) **MANDATORY CREDIT** ** DENVER OUT** MAGS OUT** **TV OUT** **ONLINE OUT**

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