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Kilimanjaro Safaris Bonus Gorilla

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A gorilla on the safari? Surely you must be joking. You’re such a jokester, Lisa. There is one, not along the drive itself but read on to learn more, and stop calling me Shirley. Picture this (the jokes never end), you’re bouncing along in the safari vehicle, cursing yourself for finishing off the bottle of … Continue reading "Kilimanjaro Safaris Bonus Gorilla"
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Disney Pic of the Week – Kilimanjaro Safaris

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This week we’re going to take a trip to Africa to visit the Harambe Wildlife Reserve. Our Pic of the Week has us heading out to Kilimanjaro Safaris in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Come on along as we cross the savannah with our cameras in tow. Copyright © 2008 Barrie Brewer, Nikon D300, 18-200mm VR, 1/320 … Continue reading "Disney Pic of the Week – Kilimanjaro Safaris"
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Disney’s Kilimanjaro Safari Firsts

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On my last Kilimanjaro Safari in Disney’s Animal Kingdom I photographed some firsts. That is pretty amazing considering I have gone on safari close to 100 times since the park opened back in 1998. The first “first” was seeing the Black Rhinoceros (Diceros bicornis) facing the safari jeep and close to the road. In all … Continue reading "Disney’s Kilimanjaro Safari Firsts"
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Kilimanjaro Safari Welcomes Pelican Chicks

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At Disney's Animal Kingdom, two pink-backed pelican chicks have hatched. Named for the color their backs turn during mating season, these birds fledge 70-85 days after hatching. As long as the nest remains intact, the pelicans will return to the same nest year after year. You can see the pink-backed pelicans and their chicks on … Continue reading "Kilimanjaro Safari Welcomes Pelican Chicks"
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Kilimanjaro Safari Changes at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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Beginning this spring, Kilimanjaro Safaris in Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park will undergo some wild changes, aimed at giving guests the opportunity to see more of their favorite animals, specifically zebras, during the 20-minute open-air ride. Though zebras have long been part of Kilimanjaro Safaris, they are often overlooked because of their location on the … Continue reading "Kilimanjaro Safari Changes at Disney’s Animal Kingdom"
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