The  Biggest Show in Town

The  Biggest Show in Town

The  Biggest Show in Town

The  Biggest Show in Town

The  Biggest Show in Town

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The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town





















The  Biggest Show in Town






















The  Biggest Show in Town






















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The
BIGGEST
SHOW IN
TOWN

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

CIRCUS ELEPHANTS

Asking an 8,000 pound elephant to stand up on its hind legs and put all of its weight on the lower

abdomen is probably not the easiest task in the world.

 

These Asian Elephants are highly intelligent and will learn quickly. However, the hardest part about

training is the muscle building program and regiment that they must go through. Much like an athlete

or weight lifter, an elephant must learn and develop the proper muscles needed to do a certain trick.

For example, an elephant could learn in a week (intelligent wise) how to stand on his hind legs, but to

do it safely, it could take 1 or 2 months.

 

All of the elephants were born in the wild and have been trained since they were about 3 years old.

Their average age is about 40 years old and they can live up to 80 years in captivity but only about

45 to 50 years in the wild.

 
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