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Tag Archives: conservation
Did you know there’s an world shortage of helium? Yeah, me neither. But the cost to import that precious gas to Japan has caused Tokyo Disney Resort to put the sales of the popular souvenirs on hold at the park. … Continue reading
Ladies and gentlemen, get your bookies on speed dial. Disney has entered two Finding Nemo inspired Loggerhead Sea Turtles in the “Tour de Turtles: A Sea Turtle Migration Marathon,” which is actually a cleverly disguised research project to help gather … Continue reading
Just in time for Mother’s Day, a 13-year-old white rhino named Kendi is a proud mom after giving birth to her fourth calf Friday, May 4 at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The yet unnamed newborn male represents the third generation of … Continue reading
SeaWorld continues its brand makeover to focus on conservation with the next logical step – eliminating plastic bags from its theme parks. This move will keep 4 million plastic bags out of landfills annually, a great change since paper bags … Continue reading