All the way from Mongolia, these four girls have been performing since the age
of eight. Their graceful body language and lithe movements depict the balletic
perfection of the female form. Their arrival via the sky and their performance surrounded
by water adds a new dimension to this long-held circus tradition.
The Floating Crocodile mask (used for the contortionists) is sculpted from
Fiberglass-laminated Styrofoam. The mask is operated by a tech riding below the
water's surface. It is motor driven from the rear and carries up to 9 people.