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Monday, May 02, 2016

Ringling Bro. circus elephants take final bow

PROVIDENCE, R.I. -- The final performance for elephants at Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus took place on Sunday night. This after years of pressure from animal rights groups.

The greatest show on earth is letting go of its biggest performers. Eleven Asian elephants, performing their last head stands, and taking their final bows. Ending a 200-year spectacle that has enthralled fans and enraged animal activists for years.

Kenneth Feld is chairman of the parent company who owns Ringling Brothers.

"It is a bittersweet decision, there is no question about that, but it is the best thing. And we felt this was the right time to do it," he said.



Anonymous said...

liberal idiots

Anonymous said...

Save the puppies but keep elephants in slavery? Yeah, that makes sense. Stupidity is not political.

Anonymous said...

you can now kiss the circus ,as we know it ,GOODBYE !

Anonymous said...

1:44. Yes just like cock fighting and dog fighting. Poor you

Anonymous said...

Stupid Liberals are ruining this country! They want Sea World and zoos shut down too!