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FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2005 file picture Robert Birk director of a German flea circus poses with a special cart with Bavarian flag and one of his fleas at the Octoberfest beer festival in Munich. An entire troupe of performing fleas has fallen victim to freezing temperatures currently gripping Germany. Flea circus director Robert Birk says he was shocked to find all of his 300 fleas dead inside their transport box Wednesday morning. The circus immediately scrambled to find a new batch so it could fulfill its engagements at an open-air fair in the town of Mechernich-Kommern in western Germany. Michael Faber, who organizes the fair, told The Associated Press that an insect expert at a nearby university was able to train 50 fleas to in time for the first show Sunday March 31, 2013. (AP Photo/dpa, Oliver Bodmer,File)

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FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2005 file picture  Robert Birk  director of a German flea circus poses with a special cart with Bavarian flag  and one of his fleas at the Octoberfest beer festival in Munich. An entire troupe of performing fleas has fallen victim to freezing temperatures currently gripping Germany. Flea circus director Robert Birk says he was shocked to find all of his 300 fleas dead inside their transport box Wednesday morning. The circus immediately scrambled to find a new batch so it could fulfill its engagements at an open-air fair in the town of Mechernich-Kommern in western Germany. Michael Faber, who organizes the fair, told The Associated Press that an insect expert at a nearby university was able to train 50 fleas to in time for the first show Sunday March 31, 2013.  (AP Photo/dpa, Oliver Bodmer,File)
FILE - In this Sept. 14, 2005 file picture Robert Birk director of a German flea circus poses with a special cart with Bavarian flag and one of his fleas at the Octoberfest beer festival in Munich. An entire troupe of performing fleas has fallen victim to freezing temperatures currently gripping Germany. Flea circus director Robert Birk says he was shocked to find all of his 300 fleas dead inside their transport box Wednesday morning. The circus immediately scrambled to find a new batch so it could fulfill its engagements at an open-air fair in the town of Mechernich-Kommern in western Germany. Michael Faber, who organizes the fair, told The Associated Press that an insect expert at a nearby university was able to train 50 fleas to in time for the first show Sunday March 31, 2013. (AP Photo/dpa, Oliver Bodmer,File)
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