Circus Uses Holograms Instead Of Live Animals

For years, there's been a heated debate surrounded live animals in circuses. There's been countless accusations of animal cruelty, which has led to a major decline in their popularity.But, one circus has found a way to bring the magic of the circus to audiences without any possibility of cruel treatment toward animals.

Circus Roncalli, located in Germany, now uses holographic animals instead of live ones! The circus has been around since 1976, but didn't start using holograms until recently.

 

The circus still features the usual circus attractions - clowns, magicians, acrobats, etc. But let's be honest...the animals are the cool part!

 
Robin

Robin

Robin is obsessed with dogs and true crime, swears more than a "lady" should, and constantly changes her colored hair!

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