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Circus

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Like other international performers, the young Russian couple sends videotapes of their performances to their agent, who finds jobs for them in circuses around the world.
It says the issue is supported by 76% of the Welsh public, and 12 out of the 22 Welsh local authorities have already implemented policies banning circuses that use wild animals on public land in Wales.
Huddersfield and surrounding towns will be the poorer if circuses and events are stopped from coming to Greenhead Park because the ground is boggy.
Bernie Wright from the Alliance for Animal Rights called for a ban on captive wild animals in circuses.
The 41 circuses throughout Russia are now administered by the Russian State Circus Company, Rosgoscirk, which was set up last year.
OUTRAGED animal-lovers armed with placards staged a protest outside Peter Jolly's Circus in Flintshire to oppose the use of animals in circuses.
The circus's anger centres on the fact that other events using animals, such as seaside donkeys on the streets of Huddersfield, get the blessing of council bosses, while circuses are demonised.
Allan Hill, who leases circuses, is an original board member and 1994 inductee passionate about honoring Sarasota's relationship to circus.
The tent is small enough that every seat offers a ringside view, and every movement, muscle and expression in the show is apparent in a way it can't be in larger circuses.
Television programs about animals in the wild and animal rights activists have opened people's eyes to the fate of animals in circuses.