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Here are various images of circus animals. These images and stories are from Australia and overseas. Some are as recent as 2008 while others are incidents spanning the last decade. It doesn't matter what country, it doesn't matter how long ago, the suffering of these animals is the same and continues.

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Elephant dies during gruelling transport
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Source: The book "Elephant Tramp" by George Lewis. Available on Amazon.com


Bear caged and beaten
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Source: Interview of former circus employee by the Elephant Alliance (referred to on Asian Animals Protection Network)


Trudy was caught on tape being beaten in an undercover circus investigation
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Source: Undercover investigation reported on by Guardian Unlimited


Tigers live most of their lives in a cage
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Source: Kim Robinson, program co-ordinator, Zoocheck Canada - Image from CAPS www.captiveanimals.org


Arna was the subject of a Cruelty Case against Stardust circus
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Source: Animal Liberation, Circus Watch WA, Voiceless, and other online sources


Circo Atlas, a hideous circus full of suffering animals
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Source: Philip Gardiner, author, observations from Personal trip


Circus Employees tell of Bloody Beatings, Routine Abuse
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Source: PETA interview with circus employees


Elephants Chained up and on display
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Source: Image from CAPS www.captiveanimals.org


A circus elephant is forced to stand on it's head.
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Source: Image from CAPS www.captiveanimals.org

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