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Tiger-Elefanten-Dressur im Zirkus Knie


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Title Tiger-Elefanten-Dressur im Zirkus Knie
Alternative Title Tiger Elephant Training at Circus Knie
Author Zeeb, Klaus
Contributors Hasso Kuczka (Redaktion)
Klaus Zeeb (Kamera)
Roland Dröscher (Schnitt)
License No Open Access License:
German copyright law applies. This film may be used for your own use but it may not be distributed via the internet or passed on to external parties.
DOI 10.3203/IWF/D-1481
IWF Signature D 1481
Publisher IWF (Göttingen)
Release Date 1983
Language German
Producer Universität Freiburg, Tierhygienisches Institut
Production Year 1975

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IWF Technical Data Film, 16 mm, LT, 156 m ; SW, 14 1/2 min

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Subject Area Life Sciences
Abstract Aufbau einer Dressurnummer mit 3 Tigern und 3 Elefanten im Zirkus Knie (Rapperswil). Aus dem natürlichen Verhaltensinventar der noch jugendlichen Tiger werden einige Bewegungsweisen, wie Übereinanderspringen und Wälzen auf dem Boden, für die Dressur benutzt. Tiger und Elefanten lernen "gegen ihre Natur" im Laufe von vielen Monaten und in kleinen Dressurschritten sich gegenseitig zu dulden. In der fertigen Dressurnummer springen die Tiger auf die Elefanten und werden von ihnen durch die Manege getragen.
Set-up of a animal act with 3 tigers and 3 elephants in Circus Knie (Rapperswil). Several modes of movement from the natural behaviour inventory of the tigers, which are still young, such as leaping over one another and rolling on the floor are used for the training. "Contrary to their nature", the tigers and the elephants learn to mutually tolerate each other in the course of many months and in small training steps. In the finished performing act, the tigers jump onto the elephants and are carried around the ring by them.
Keywords Zirkus
Panthera tigris
Elefant, Indischer
Indischer Elefant
Elephas maximus
Lernen / Mammalia
Dressur / Mammalia
training / Mammalia
learning / MammaliaElephas maximus
Panthera tigris
Indian elephant

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