The Tracker appears as a virile toreador spinning his Devil Sticks to a sizzling
The Tracker, an environmentally conscious friend of the animals,
appears now as a virile toreador spinning his Devil Sticks to a
sizzling flamenco-inspired beat. Although he's normally seen guiding
"The Scientist" in his explorations of discovery, he becomes angered
by the thoughtless, polluting actions of a clown and transforms before
our eyes to enact a certain instinctive punishment, nature style.
Devil Sticks, for those unawares, are made up of three pieces - the
baton and two control sticks. The baton is usually about 60-120
centimeters (2 to 4 feet) long and the control sticks generally 30-50
centimeters (or about 1 - 2 feet) long. One uses the control sticks to
manipulate (or juggle) the baton and do so without dropping any of the
pieces. It's an interesting, if only a juvenile equilibristic display.