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Tag Archives: disney’s animal kingdom
Back in September of 2011 (not a typo) an interactive explorers guide themed to the Wilderness Explorers from Pixar’s UP was tested at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Disney just announced that it will be back again beginning in the spring. The … Continue reading
Due to a poorly timed illness, it has been more than a few weeks since I last visited Disney’s Animal Kingdom. But the recently reveal of plans to move Festival of the Lion King to a new location in Africa … Continue reading
Back in August we had the news that the most popular and best rated show at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and, quite possibly, on property, the Festival of the Lion King, was scheduled to move to a new location. The biggest … Continue reading
If you were waltzing through Rafiki’s Planet watch over the winter holidays, you may have seen on of Disney’s animal rescue programs in action. Disney’s animal program helped to care for eight Kemp’s Ridley sea turtles that were suffering from … Continue reading