Police say a woman jumped into a polar bear enclosure at Berlin Zoo and was bitten several times on her arms and legs.
The woman was bitten Friday by one of the four older polar bears in the enclosure and not by the famous Knut, who took Germany by storm as a cub after he was hand-raised by a keeper.
Heiner Kloes, a zoo spokesman, said keepers pushed the bear away and pulled the woman out from the enclosure, which is surrounded by a fence, a line of prickly hedges and a wall.
The woman was taken to a hospital for treatment. Her condition was not immediately known. Police did not say why she jumped in with the bear.