Jennifer Buda and some kids ride an elephant before the start of the Cole Bros. Circus in West Palm Beach in 2011. Animal-rights activists were protesting the circus’ record of handling elephants and other animals. Since then, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus retired its elephants and other travel companies have stopped offering tours that involve riding elephants.
Jennifer Buda and some kids ride an elephant before the start of the Cole Bros. Circus in West Palm Beach in 2011. Animal-rights activists were protesting the circus’ record of handling elephants and other animals. Since then, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus retired its elephants and other travel companies have stopped offering tours that involve riding elephants. Michael Laughlin Sun Sentinel
Jennifer Buda and some kids ride an elephant before the start of the Cole Bros. Circus in West Palm Beach in 2011. Animal-rights activists were protesting the circus’ record of handling elephants and other animals. Since then, the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus retired its elephants and other travel companies have stopped offering tours that involve riding elephants. Michael Laughlin Sun Sentinel

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