SAN FRANCISCO (KCBS) — San Francisco is poised to ban performances using bears, lions, elephants and other wild animals.

The ordinance is expected to get final approval Tuesday at the Board of Supervisors.

READ MORE: UPDATE: Estrada Fire Containment 35%; Evacuation Orders Downgraded as Crews Mop Up

It would apply to circuses, backyard birthday parties and the filming of movies and TV shows.

READ MORE: Hollywood Movie, TV Workers Reach Deal With Producers to Avert Strike

Wild or exotic animals also include seals, dolphins, zebras and raccoons.

Cats, dogs and other domesticated pets are exempt, as are animals used in educational programs.

MORE NEWS: COVID Vaccination Count in San Mateo County Revised Down Due to Data Error

The city would be joining dozens of other places with similar prohibitions.