New Ice Age Sand Sculpture Going Up at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park
There’s something exciting happening over at Disney’s Animal Kingdom theme park today!
When our MickeyBlogger Lisa Vondale arrived to the park this morning she noticed that a crew was at work creating a new sand sculpture.
This new sculpture is going to inspired by a brand new show featuring one of our favorite characters from the Ice Age franchise. The series of shorts is called Scrat Tales.. You’ll know Scrat as the saber-toothed squirrel constantly searching for his beloved acorn.
We’re told that this sculpture requires 50 tons of sand. That is two semi-truck loads.
A team of four sand sculptors bring the whole creation to life. It takes several days to make and we are told that it will be completed tomorrow.
According to Disney, Scrat Tales will follow Scrat as he experiences the ups and downs of fatherhood as he and Baby Scrat bond but also battle for ownership over the beloved acorn.
We’re told that the new series will debut on Disney+ on April 13, 2022.
In the meantime, be sure to drop by and check out this work of art at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. It will make the perfect photo op!
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