The Savanna at Animal Kingdom Has Some New Visitors
Savanna Photo: Disney’s Animals, Science and Environment Facebook Page
Kilimanjaro Safari is one of the highlights of Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park. Guests can take a ride on a safari jeep through the savanna of East Africa. The animals on the savanna appear to be roaming free in their natural habitat. Disney magic provides these animals with 800 square miles of habitat for both the animals and guests to enjoy.
Many different animals can be seen on the ride. Hippos, Flamingos, Lions and Rhinos are just a few of the animals living on the safari ride. But, this attraction is more than just a ride. Disney’s conservation department helps to care for the animals and preserve the species.
Often times new baby animals are born at the Park. Recently, Disney’s Animal Kingdom added a new baby rhino who is a boy and loves naps. There have also been baby snails, a baby aardvark, new ponies and a zebra. Also, this fall, the park welcome new giraffe babies.
Disney’s Animals, Science and Environment facebook page featured the two new baby giraffes joining their families on the savanna today. Maple and Zella joined the family of Masai giraffes at the park. They have spent time getting ready for this moment by bonding with their moms, Mara and Willow. The Moms and Aunts surrounded them as they aclimated to their surroundings and soon joined the older giraffes playing in the sunshine.
According to Disney, the giraffes will begin spending more and more time on the savanna in the coming days, so if you are visiting Animal Kingdom soon you may get a glimpse of these new visitors.
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