Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced recently that elephants used in their acts will no longer perform and will be retired sooner than planned 2018 retirement. Twenty Six elephants were born since the opening of the Center for Elephant Conservation in Florida in 1995, the final reservation place for the elephants retiring from the Circus. Though many wildlife organizations have raised the question of keeping the elephants in that center and has asked for an independent eye to look after the elephant's proceeding in the Florida Center. The youngest of the lot in the Circus Elephants is Two and the oldest being of Sixty Nine years of age.
Dubbed as the "Greatest Circus in The World" the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus will now likely showcase more Human Stunts and Physical Strength feats to make up for this. The legislation laws being different in each state and city for wildlife performances made it difficult for the Circus' Parent Company Feld Entertainment to keep up with them, touring 115 Cities nationwide and for them to challenge every legislation was a difficult ask. The company said the Asian Elephants are being taken good care costing $65.000 per year on a single elephant. Though there feats will be missed by the Loyal fan following of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus.
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