In Animal Kingdom’s New Docuseries on Disney+ A Lioness Receives Emergency Treatment After Lump Is Found
If you’ve yet to see National Geographics new docuseries The Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom on Disney+ then you are missing an absolute world of wonder. The series takes guests behind the scenes at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park and introduces you to the over 5,000 residents that call Disney World home along with the incredible cast members that care for them
In Fridays upcoming episode viewers check in with alpha lioness Kinsey who is rushed to the park’s treatment center after a keeper finds a lump on her arm. Let’s take a sneak peak of the episode which was shared by People earlier today:
Thankfully, the lump on the lion’s leg is not something to worry about. People calls it the big cat version of tennis elbow), the clip makes you realize just how much Kinsey is cared for.
The new episode will air tomorrow (October 2nd) on Disney+. In addition to the story above you’ll also watch a gorilla celebrate a very important birthday complete with a fairytale cake. A pregnant spotted eagle ray also gets here check-up while two new colorful macaws arrive at the parks.
If you’ve been following along with MickeyBlog then you know that Animal Kingdom also recently welcomed a female giraffe calf. The mom to this adorable new calf is one of the many stars of Magic of Disney’s Animal Kingdom.
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