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Giant mechanical creatures delight spectators as they roam central Toulouse

By Reuters
04 November 2018   |   1:00 pm
A giant mechanical spider and minotaur thrilled crowds in central Toulouse on Friday (November 2), as French street theatre group "La Machine" introduced its latest feat. The machines are controlled by dozens of operators who meticulously move every part of its body to make it look as alive as possible.

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