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February 7, 2008

Albany - The greatest show on earth Is here in Albany. On Thursday, the crew for the Ringling Brothers Barnum and Bailey Circus set up at the Albany Civic Center.

In addition to high-wire acts you can see Asian Elephants and six white bengal tigers, not what you're used to seeing at the Circus. "You just see regular Bengal tigers, you know the orange and black but these are white with a black stripe so they're very exciting, very exciting to see. Very beautiful," said production manager Jason Gibson.

The first show is tomorrow morning. Tickets range from $12-27. You can get them at the Civic Center box office.

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