What will happen to circus animals?

What happens to the animals if circuses with animal acts are banned? And what about those who work with them? Is there any compensation? T.K.

There is no nationwide ban on circuses using wild animals (“non-domesticated” species such as lions and tigers, many of which are born in captivity). Several communes which have brought in bylaws have been fined for doing so.

Christian Caffy, of the Fédération des Cirques ...

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