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Spaghetti Circus introduces animal acts

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While many circuses in Australia are moving away from using wild animals in their shows, the crew at Spaghetti Circus are happy to embrace their inner beast. Remo the lemur and Nina the cheetah were out of their cages just prior to going into the ring for Saturday’s performance of ’The Forgotten Circus.’ Photo Jeff ‘Caged Since 1986’ Dawson
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