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Created with Fabric.js 1.4.5 Animal Cruelty in the Circus?? Animal Cruelty in the Circus?? By: Jackson Fields Elephants normally walk 40miles a day, and now theyare chained up for 23 hours a day. Bears have their noses broken,and their paws burned to teach them to walk on there hind legs. But I thought the trainers where nice to there animals? No! There trainers use whips, tight collars,muzzles,electric prods,bullhooks and other painful tools to train animals. Tigers naturally fear fireand they are forced to jump through fire hoops. Animals can sometimes be chained up for 26 hours straight. Red-96% Blue-4% Virtually 96% of circus animals lives are spent in cages or chains. There have been a number of chimpanzees who have had there teeth knocked out by hamers. Since 1990,there have been 123 lion attacks in circuses. In more than 35 incidents since 2000,elephants have bolted intothe streets and injuring and killingpeople. 11 months a year the animals travel long distances in box cars with no climate control. I think we all agree when I say " I think more should be done to protect the animals of our planet in circuses." Most circuses capture thereanimals from their own home in the wild and keep them there and breed more. "Last Chance for Animals - Circuses." Last Chance for Animals - Circuses. LCA-Circuses, n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2014. "11 Facts About Circus Animal Abuse." Dosomething, n.d. Web. 12 Dec. 2014. "11 Facts About Circus Animal\ Abuse." Dosomething, n.d. Web. 12 Dec.\ 2014. Sites My Survey
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