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Repatriating White Rhinos – 10 Years of Caring: Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Next to his own most intimate self-concerns, man is most fascinated by creatures of the animal kingdom. – Walt Disney In 2006, two white rhinos, both born at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, became the first-ever to repatriate from the United States … Continue reading

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Elephant Population Control Project – 10 Years of Caring: Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Fair warning to the men in the room you may want to avert your eyes in sympathy for our fellow mammalian males during this story. Southern Africa has an elephant over population problem. Specifically in South Africa and Botswana Elephant … Continue reading

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Ten Years of Caring for The Planet at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

April 22nd is Earth Day. It is the one day designated world wide to stop and think about the earth, our place on it, and what we can do to conserve its resources and beauty for future generations. It’s no … Continue reading

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