"They are completely thriving."
A troubled circus was caught on film this week parading visibly distressed and scarred elephants in front of a crowd of onlookers
Two elephants on the road with a circus company are winning praise for preventing a semi-truck from overturning — but a closer
The Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus announced Thursday that it will phase out the use of elephants in its circuses. Why? Because it knew that if it didn't do the "right" thing, it would be the end of its business.
It's surely one of the biggest announcements of the modern era in animal protection: Ringling Bros. has announced that it will cease its use of elephants in its traveling circus. Get the confetti and streamers. Grab the kids and the dog. Put on the party hat. Head over to the parade. Jump on what remains of the fallen wall and raise your arms.
The city's Personnel and Animal Welfare Committee on Tuesday recommended a full vote by the City Council on the proposed
From Mother Nature Network's Laura Moss: The Ringling Brothers and Barnum & Bailey Circus will be allowed to use bullhooks