Circus Knie

This content was published on February 22, 2005 - 15:42

With more than 150 animals and 200 people, you can’t help but notice when Circus Knie (ker-nee) is in town. Unlike many other modern-day circuses though, Knie still features animals, such as performing elephants, something which animal rights groups have criticised in the past. When the big top arrived in Bern, Swiss Radio International’s Sally Mules (mewls) went along to find out more about how the animals are used and how the circus programme has changed over the years.

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