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    The myth

    It seems hard to believe that in this socalled civilised age, a most vicious and cruel spectacle of blood continues to flourish in Spain and certain other countries. Bullfighting is barbaric and should have been banned long ago, as bearbaiting was. It is difficult to understand how crowds of people will pay money and take pleasure in watching one lone creature who has never done them any harm getting hacked to death. How can anyone with an ounce of compassion, cheer and chant ol as a banderilla or lance is thrust into the animals painracked body?

    Bullfighting has a very glorified public image it is presented as a contest between the brave matador, who boldly risks life and limb to tackle a mad and ferocious beast. The matador is always dressed in a traditional costume of brilliant colours: the bullfight is seen by many as the mysterious ritual between man and beast, which is an integral part of Spanish culture and custom. For this reason, many tourists who visit Spain feel that seeing a bullfight is a necessary part of their holiday, just as tourists visiting Britain go to see the Tower of London.

    However, after witnessing the sheer horror of this sickening slaughter, only the most hardened and callous would consider a second visit to the bullring. The purpose of this booklet is to fully explain what the bull has to endure, both during his last hour of life in the ring, and also the other side of the bullfight not commonly known to the vast majority of people: the prebullfight treatment.

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