Inside the retirement home for circus animals

This shelter takes in retired circus animalsand former laboratory test animalsLocation: Nogent-le-Phaye, FranceCourtesy: Art Visual StudioThe shelter was started by Patrick Violaswho spent $30.5 million building the sanctuaryHe is now planning on building an extensionto accommodate for an expected spike in residentsas the government considers a ban on wild animals in circuses
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