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Futuristic ‘eco-circus’ replaces live animals with holographs

On January 29, France’s National Assembly voted in favour of a new animal rights law that will ban wild animals from travelling circuses in the country. While some see this as the end of a tradition, others are already looking to the future.

Their number includes the Bouglione circus, which has created a performance format in which the animals have been replaced by holograms. The show, unprecedented in France, is to be held for the first time in Montpellier in April, after having been postponed several times due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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