Animal trainers hide it well, the audience don’t see it but circus animals, with no exception suffer daily. They suffer from their living conditions, attacks upon them and numbers they have to realize. “A stereotype movement is due to the impossibility of expressing our own behavior, therefore we do it partially and it’s registered in our nervous system. We do it as if going through an empty period, a sort of bandage for the nervous system to resist the unbearable or an absolute void.” This nervous behavior disturbs normal activities or provokes self-inflicted body mutilation, which is found on most circus animals attached to a chained 95% of the time. Below are some films showing the reality of circus.