The circus ring is always been the temple for every possible anthropomorphic feat for every kind of animal creature.
Sharpshooter parrots, boxing kangaroos, athletic porcupines, hockey player bears, military monkeys, panthers riding yaks, horse riding bears, pyramids of panthers, soothsayer poneys, poker player poodles, clarvoyant pigs, tigers dancing with elephants, crocodiles wrestling with men, scorpions insidiating women, lions balancing on trapeze, hippopotamus ordering meals, rats driving a train, a rabbit fire brigade estinguishing the flames at a cat’s house, giraffes running along with rhinoceros, guitarrist gorillas, polar bears firing with rifles, elephants descending toboggans, girls fighting piranhas.
You, as faithful followers of this blog, are likely subject to be exposed to few of those feats and more in the future.
Today, we wish to remember one of the most impressive and spectacular feats ever obtained by the man with the animal.
It is the case of the german trainer Heinz Naumann, that in the 60s presented around Europe and in the