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Tag Archives: cute
And now for a dose of feline cuteness… Disney’s The Lion King retold using kittens. That kitten just can’t wait to be king. I liked “The Lion King for Dummies” book, nice touch. Which was your favorite moment?
In today’s moment of cuteness, Disney’s Animal Kingdom recently welcomed its first ever Masai giraffe calf. Masai and reticulated are the two subspecies of giraffe found on the savannas of Kilimanjaro Safaris. The Masai giraffe is native to the plains … Continue reading
A few months ago we added THRLLD.com to The Disney Blog family as a place to report on and discuss events happening in the rest of the themepark and entertainment world and to remove a little of the off-topic chatter … Continue reading
FreshWater Oasis at Discovery Cove features a family playful Otters. I shot a short video of them frolicking in their play area and then interviewed one of the animal care team who introduced me to an otter named Boris. Get … Continue reading