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MAHARAJAH JUNGLE TREK Asia Animal Kingdom

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Three water buffalo named Rose, Dorothy and Blanche (after characters from the old TV program "Golden Girls"!) have been introduced to the Maharajah Jungle Trek at Disney's Animal Kingdom. The area where the water buffalo spend their time now includes a pool so the water buffalo can either sit or wallow in the water occasionally. Visit DisneyAnimals.com to learn more about some of the other animals you can find at Walt Disney World Resort.
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Maharajah Jungle Trek – Asia – Animal Kingdom

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Feature Article This article appeared in the April 19, 2000, Issue #26 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) The Maharajah Jungle Trek is one of the most beautiful parts of Animal Kingdom. As you begin your journey through this magnificent land be sure to take time to look at your surroundings. Almost immediately upon entering the … Continue reading "Maharajah Jungle Trek – Asia – Animal Kingdom"
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Maharajah Jungle Trek – Asia – Animal Kingdom Part II

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Feature Article This article appeared in the April 26, 2000, Issue #27 of ALL EARS® (ISSN: 1533-0753) Maharajah Jungle Trek – Asia – Animal Kingdom Part II The Bat Community, home of the Rodrigues Fruit Bat Pteropus rodricensis and the Malayan Flying Fox Pteropus vampyrus is next. (There is a bypass if you wish to … Continue reading "Maharajah Jungle Trek – Asia – Animal Kingdom Part II"
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Photographing Tigers on the Maharajah Jungle Trek

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Over the years I have given you tips on how to photograph on the Maharajah Jungle Trek in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. However, the stars on this animal trail are the Asian Tigers. Being cats, the tigers sleep most of the day. In fact, up to 15 hours of a tiger’s day is spent sleeping. In … Continue reading "Photographing Tigers on the Maharajah Jungle Trek"
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The Bird Sanctuary on the Maharajah Jungle Trek

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One of my favorite areas in Disney’s Animal Kingdom is on the Maharajah Jungle Trek. The Asian tigers are a crowd favorite on the trail but do not overlook the bird sanctuary. Grab a large bird identification chart as you enter to enhance your enjoyment. You will also see some very ornate bird houses just … Continue reading "The Bird Sanctuary on the Maharajah Jungle Trek"
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Maharajah Jungle Trek

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For centuries, the rajahs of Anandapur hunted tigers in this mystical forest. In 1544, King Bhima Disampati decreed the forest a royal preserve and built a hunting lodge for himself and invited guests. In an effort to make his “sport” easier, he had his subjects enclose much of this area, effectively trapping his prey. Befittingly, … Continue reading "Maharajah Jungle Trek"
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Maharajah Jungle Trek Photo Tips

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Komodo Dragon on the Maharajah Jungle Trek The Maharajah Jungle Trek is a walking trail featuring the beautiful and powerful Asian Tigers. Unlike the Kilimanjaro Safari (see link below), you can take your time viewing the animals. At least until those with you bug you to move on. You will need a camera that can … Continue reading "Maharajah Jungle Trek Photo Tips"
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Disney’s PhotoPass at Walt Disney World

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Disney PhotoPass Service has recently launched a number of new Magic Shots around Walt Disney World Resort. These are special enhancements added to your photos taken by the PhotoPass photographers. Many of these Magic Shots are only offered periodically, so if you happen to see a photographer in these locations, be sure to stop by and ask for these Magic Shots: At Magic Kingdom: -- in front of the Casting Agency door near Disney Clothiers on Main Street, U.S.A. -- near Dumbo the Flying Elephant -- near Mad Tea Party In Epcot: -- the United Kingdom Pavilion At Animal Kingdom -- Maharajah Jungle Trek -- near UP! A Great Bird Adventure -- Rafiki's Planet Watch
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