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Tag Archives: conservation
For the next ‘Every Role is a Starring Role’ video, Disneyland focuses on the cast members behind the Disneyland Railroad. It’s appropriately themed for Earth Day in April too, as the authentic Disneyland steam trains are fueled by recycled cooking … Continue reading
While many people dream of going to Africa to live like renowned primatologist Dr. Jane Goodall, most of us just don’t have the time to pack up and fly around the world, particularly those of us with children. The Jane … Continue reading
The last thing you want to happen on one of the busiest days of the year is to have one of your major attractions go down for an extended period of time. Unfortunately SeaWorld Orlando’s Manta Roller Coaster did stop … Continue reading
We’re undergoing a bit of a cold snap here in Central Florida, but this is nothing compared to the conditions at Cape Cod Bay in Massachusetts. SeaWorld Orlando has just received 20 highly-endangered Kemp’s Ridley Sea Turtles that were rescued … Continue reading