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Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw trains a tiger during a training session at the National Circus in Cairo, Egypt October 11, 2016. (Reuters)
Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw holds her pet lion as she speaks during an interview at her home in Cairo, Egypt October 19, 2016. (Reuters)
Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw trains a lion during a training session at the National Circus in Cairo, Egypt October 11, 2016. (Reuters)
Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw trains a lion during a training session at the National Circus in Cairo, Egypt October 11, 2016. (Reuters)
Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw trains tigers during a training session at the National Circus in Cairo, Egypt October 11, 2016. (Reuters)
Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw trains a tiger during a training session at the National Circus in Cairo, Egypt October 11, 2016. (Reuters)
Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw trains a lion during a training session at the National Circus in Cairo, Egypt October 11, 2016. (Reuters)
Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw trains a tiger and a lion during a training session at the National Circus in Cairo, Egypt October 11, 2016. (Reuters)
Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw trains tigers during a training session at the National Circus in Cairo, Egypt October 11, 2016. (Reuters)
Mahasen al-Helw
Egyptian animal trainer Mahasen al-Helw trains a tiger during a training session at the National Circus in Cairo, Egypt October 11, 2016. (Reuters)
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