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Visitors to Disney’s Animal Kingdom who want a closer look at the animals in the Pangani Forest and Kilimanjaro Safari areas of the park have a new option to enjoy. Alas it’s a pricey option with tour prices starting at … Continue reading
Must be the time of year, on Saturday we rode the Kilimanjaro Safari and were amazed at all the animal babies out on the savannah. Today we get news that a Baby White-Cheeked Gibbon has joined the family at Disney’s … Continue reading
Every time a dog movie comes out pet stores inevitably report that adoptions of that particular breed go up. Then a few months later they experience heavier than usual returns when families realize what a chore that breed is. In … Continue reading
Discovery Cove is booming with baby dolphins – just this month, four Atlantic bottlenose dolphins were born. Above, twelve year-old Clipper, an Atlantic bottlenose dolphin at Discovery Cove, swims together with her newborn male calf. The calf will get a … Continue reading