[WATCH] World's first holographic circus show aims to stop abuse of animals
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World's first holographic circus show wants to stop the abuse of animals.
To curb animal abuse, a German performance group has become the first circus in the world to use holograms in place of live animals, and social media is loving this.
To relieve frustrations, New York installs public punching bags!
Elsewhere on What's Gone Viral with Khabazela, an Innovative design agency in New York has placed punching bags on different locations in Manhattan.
An older woman is left spinning when airlifted by helicopter.
An older woman was hiking when she suffered an injury and firefighters decided to take her to the hospital via helicopter. However, the helicopter's blades caused downward pressure, resulting in the medical vessel she was in to spin dramatically.
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