Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey animal trainer Brett Carden, sprays down two of the show's Asian elephants Wednesday in the parking lot of the Toyota Center in Kennewick. The circus is in town for 6 shows at the center today Thursday through Sunday. Ticket prices range from $20-35 with special discount kids tickets available for $10. After the bath the two elephants feasted on more than 150 pounds of fruit and vegetables and all the hay they could eat.
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey animal trainer Brett Carden, sprays down two of the show's Asian elephants Wednesday in the parking lot of the Toyota Center in Kennewick. The circus is in town for 6 shows at the center today Thursday through Sunday. Ticket prices range from $20-35 with special discount kids tickets available for $10. After the bath the two elephants feasted on more than 150 pounds of fruit and vegetables and all the hay they could eat. Tri-City Herald
Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey animal trainer Brett Carden, sprays down two of the show's Asian elephants Wednesday in the parking lot of the Toyota Center in Kennewick. The circus is in town for 6 shows at the center today Thursday through Sunday. Ticket prices range from $20-35 with special discount kids tickets available for $10. After the bath the two elephants feasted on more than 150 pounds of fruit and vegetables and all the hay they could eat. Tri-City Herald

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September 25, 2013 12:00 AM

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