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Africa's Animal Kingdom (1993)

  • Africas Animal Kingdom


    Africa's Animal Kingdom features clips from episodes focusing on the continent and its abundant wildlife. Included: wildebeests, zebras, lions, giraffes and flamingos. Narrated by Avery Brooks.

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  • Africas Animal Oasis National Geographic Documentary 2020 HD


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  • Animals Wild Southern Africa - National Geographic Documentary 2020


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  • Disneys Animal Kingdom | Africa and Harambe Village | Full Tour in 4K | 2017


    Take a full tour of the land of Africa at Disney's Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World on a beautiful day in 4K UHD! The Disney Imagineers truly outdid themselves on this beautiful land as well as the amazing Harambe Village that is inside. There are details in this land that many guests will miss because they are hurrying to get to their next attraction. However, in this video, we take the time to show you as many details as possible while explaining what they are. We hope you enjoy this video as it took quite a bit of time to shoot and edit. Please leave a comment and let us know what you think! Enjoy!

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  • DOCS: Animal Kingdom Ep.5


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    At the Erindi Game Reserve in Namibia, British vet Steve Leonard joins a team of wildlife experts restoring an African wilderness. Steve looks at some of the smaller animals in the Erindi Game Reserve and gets to grips with a potentially deadly scorpion. And a male lion attempting to escape into cattle country outside the park causes Steve and the team a serious problem.

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  • Animal Kingdom - Wild Dogs & Leopards Documentary Series | Real Wild


    Wildlife expert Steve Leonard brings us the beauty and wonder of life from the Erindi Game Reserve in Namibia.

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  • Animal Kingdom - Lion & Scorpion Documentary Series | Real Wild


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  • Kilimanjaro Safari Original Storyline - Disneys Animal Kingdom - 2002


    Join us on the Kilimanjaro Safari at Disney's Animal Kingdom back in 2002, with the original storyline to save Big Red and Little Red from poachers, will we make it? Come in Simba-1

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  • This Park Couldnt Exist Today: Marine World Africa USA | Sir Willows Park Tales


    One of the parks I grew up visiting as a kid was Marine World Africa USA in Redwood City- and it was awesome! And there's no way they could get away today with doing some of the things they did at the time. These are some my favorite memories, things I loved, and how my sister could have gotten seriously hurt.
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  • Mandela: Son of Africa, Father of a Nation | Official Full Documentary


    This documentary about Nelson Mandela, nominated for an Oscar Award in 1996 (Best Documentary Feature), is the official film biography of Nelson Mandela, the first democratically elected president of the ethnically united South Africa. The film touches on Mandela's childhood, family, education, and his long struggle to gain freedom for all the various ethnic groups in South Africa, including his experiences on the Robben Island prison.

    A vibrantly presented and emotionally charged portrait of the dynamic African leader, this needed tighter narration to close informational gaps. For instance, there is very little mention of F.W. de Klerk, although as the corecipient of the 1993 Nobel Peace Prize (along with Nelson Mandela), he most certainly figured greatly in the peaceful passing of the political baton. It may leave you with a few questions but otherwise captures Mandela's remarkable spirit. It follows him from his early days and tribal education through his work with the African National Congress to his election as Africa's first black president. Produced by Jonathan Demme, this wisely includes poetry of Africa, as much a part of Mandela's story as his own inner strength. (Rochelle O'Gorman)


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    The Palm Channel will present some of the highlights from our catalogue, an eclectic mix of original short films, interviews from our archives exploring the roots and branches of Jamaican music, and much more.

    Created by Island Records founder Chris Blackwell (Bob Marley, U2, Grace Jones etc.). Palm Pictures has always pushed musical boundaries and encouraged unlikely collaborations. Since the late 90's it has been a leader in the convergence of music and film, producing and distributing music documentaries, arthouse & foreign cinema, and music videos.

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  • The History of HIV and Current Epidemic


    (Visit: Dr. Monica Gandhi, UCSF Division of HIV/AIDS, explains how and when HIV entered the human population and its current prevalence. Then Dr. Paul A. Volberding traces the history of HIV in San Francisco and current epidemiology of the disease.

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  • MCQs on Reptiles 2 - Animal Kingdom MCQs - Frequently asked questions


    This Video contains most important questions about Class Reptiles. In this video I have Shared Another bundle of Exciting Questions about Reptiles. This video is very very important because I have selected only those questions which comes in different exams of Biology. Keep watching this video till end for better preparation. Subscribe to our YouTube channel to be a part of World's largest preparation center.


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  • National Geographic Video: African Wildlife


    And now for something a little different: some National Geographic LaserDiscs! This one is the first of three that I am uploading to my channel.

    This one being from the 1986 release going through some wildlife found in Africa. I hope you're ready to see everything from a snake eating a frog to some nursing because nature show!

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  • The Ghosts of Ruby


    Examining Ruby, Ariz., a once-bustling mining town that's now deserted except for wildlife. Observed: a colony of bats; a raccoonlike ring-tailed lemur; a tarantula; and a rattlesnake.

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  • Nature - 6 Hour Video Documentary - Diamond Entertainment Corporation, 1996


    Alligators, Snakes, Bats, Bees, Kangaroos, African Apes, Survival on the African Planes, The Elk, The Moose, Coyotes, Spiders, Animals of the North Pacific, Farm Animals, African Animals, The Desert Hopping Mouse, Beneath the North Atlantic, Mammals

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  • Animals Youll Never Forget


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    Meet your favorite animals - from the exceptionally talented to the superintendent, from the courageous and loyal to the weird and wacky. You'll be touched and moved by their bravery, kindness and nobility of spirit. The real life world of the Animal Kingdom is far strange than fiction - and much more fun!

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    Observing the albatross, whose large wings enable it to soar for extended periods without flapping. Included: intricate mating rituals on remote Pacific islands.

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    British vet Steve Leonard heads to the Erindi Game Reserve in Namibia to join a wildlife team returning an African wilderness back to the wild. In the central highlands of Namibia, British vet Steve Leonard is on the lookout for an elusive male leopard, but he gets a surprise when the team trap an unusual brown hyena. And Steve attempts to see one of the Erindi reserves rarest inhabitants – the black rhino.

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  • Animals Wildlife in Okavango Delta - National Geographic Documentary 2020


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  • Disney Animal Kingdom Vintage 1998 Happy Meal Toys + Secret Toy Animal | Toy Star Surprise


    To celebrate the grand opening of Disney’s Animal Kingdom in 1998, McDonalds issued a special edition set of 12 theme park animals. These vintage Happy Meal Toys are colorful and well-made toys of animals featured in Animal Kingdom Exhibits. We also have a secret toy that was not part of the official release. Watch the Video to find out what kind of animal we found.

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  • Kilimanjaro Safaris 22 Years Ago Original Version, Animal Kingdom 1998


    Kilimanjaro Safaris Extinct Original Version (HD) Animal Kingdom May 9 1998
    Kilimanjaro Safaris is a safari attraction at Disney's Animal Kingdom on the Walt Disney World Resort property in Lake Buena Vista, Florida. It simulates an open-sided safari ride through the savanna of East Africa.


    The current story is a short photo safari aboard a safari vehicle through the Harambe Wildlife Reserve in Harambe, East Africa. It is 800 square miles (2,100 km2) of natural terrain, including Ituri forest, wetlands of the Safi River valley, and the open bush country of the Serengeti Savanna. African animals on view include real live elephants, giraffes, antelopes, gazelles, crocodiles, monkeys, hippopotamuses, lions, cheetahs, hyenas, african wild dogs, warthogs, ostriches, rhinoceroses, ducks, storks, pelicans, flamingos, wildebeests, okapis and zebras. The game driver points out animals and provides entertainment. The zebras were removed four months after their arrival due to acclimation issues. Some reports claim that the zebras were fighting each other, biting at vehicles or each other, standing in the road, or just causing trouble. They were quickly replaced with addax.

    The view from the Kilimanjaro Safaris vehicle
    Long before the safari or even Walt Disney World opened, Walt Disney wanted to use real African animals for the river attraction Jungle Cruise at Disneyland. However, for several reasons, Audio-Animatronics replicas were placed instead.

    The ride originally included a scripted portion where the safari truck - callsign Simba-1 - would be contacted by a habitat warden and a scientist to hunt down poachers that had captured a mother elephant and her child - Big Red and Little Red, respectively. The poachers would have been captured at gunpoint by another cast member, a warden. This element of the attraction was eventually eliminated and replaced with scaring off the poachers after a pursuit.

    During Cast Previews of Disney's Animal Kingdom, there was a Dark Ending in which the safari vehicle encountered the slaughtered corpse of Big Red. She was seen bloody and on the ground with her tusks sawed off, symbolizing the poachers got to her and the tour group was too late to save the mother elephant. Even though it was only an animatronic, this scene proved too shocking for families and children. Many complaints were filed, so before the official grand opening of the ride, Disney removed the dead corpse, thus changing the attraction that of a happier ending.

    Kilimanjaro Safaris typically operates until sundown. However, during the holiday season of 1998, the safaris were continued at night and dubbed Kilimanjaro Night Safaris. Though many animals were asleep, or unable to be seen at night, the attraction had a completely different script and storyline. This new attraction featured additional animal sounds, reflectors hidden in the foliage to resemble animals' eyes, and an actual African dance troup, who performed around a bonfire in the area normally occupied by the attraction's elephants. Kilimanjaro Night Safaris only ran during that initial holiday season. After this time, it was deemed that the additional costs, plus the fact that animal visibility was poor (eliciting many guest complaints), made Night Safaris unfeasible to continue regularly.

    In 2007-9, the trucks were extended with an extra row of seating, allowing for more capacity. Also, the safari script/story, along with the Wilson/Jobson story has significantly changed. There is less of a story about Little Red, and more about the animals in the reserve and the need to find a lost elephant at the end. This led to a somewhat confused plot in which guests are searching for a lost mother elephant and eventually find her baby which, according to the story, had already been safe the whole time.

    On February 10, 2012 it was announced that the Little Red portion of the ride would be replaced with a zebra exhibit. It opened in the fall of 2012.

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  • Discovery Island Carnivale at Animal Kingdom ~ Celebration ~ Part 1


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  • Kalahari Sands - safari in Okavango and Western Cape


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  • Magic of Disneys Animal Kingdom


    Disney's latest documentary series, Magic of Disney's Animal Kingdom, has launched its first episode up on Disney Plus. The show is from National Geographic and is narrated by Josh Gad and takes us behind the scenes to Animal Kingdom (DAK) as well as EPCOT over at Walt Disney World in Florida. This first episode we get to see giraffes, elephants, and chickens! (and a really impressive fake tree!) And I'm here to break it all down!

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  • African Dancers at Disneys Animal Kingdom


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  • Top 5 Creepy Cool Halloween Creatures!


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    In this video, Chris and Martin go through their top 5 creepy cool Halloween creatures! Some of our animal friends can seem spooky at first but they are often just misunderstood! Learn about some of the Kratt Brothers' favorite creepy cool Halloween creatures and tell us your favorites in the comments below!

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  • 10 Cutest Wild Animals You Need to Pet


    The world is filled with animals of all varieties, shapes, and sizes, but not all of them are worth getting up close and personal with. In fact, many wild animals are extremely unpredictable and dangerous. Still, with so many different species of animals on the planet, finding the cutest was always bound to be a challenge. That being said, we looked long and hard to bring you these 10 cutest wild animals you need to pet and hope you agree. Narrowing down the list was tricky, but if you’re looking for only the absolute cutest animals, we’ve got you totally covered.

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    Number 10. Mandarin Ducklings

    This ridiculously colourful species of duck is native to the East Palearctic region and is closely related to the North American wood duck. They can grow to reach almost 50 inches in length with a 75 centimetre wingspan. While the ducks themselves are fairly impressive, the ducklings are absolutely adorable. Mandarin ducks nest in the cavities of trees, with the ducklings being raised in the treetops for the first part of their lives. Males will usually stick around for a little bit after eggs are laid to help defend them and potentially incubate them to a certain extent. Males don’t actually stick around for too long after the eggs are laid and generally leave long before the eggs actually hatch. When they’re first born, the ducklings spend some time in the trees before their mother hops down and coaxes them to make a leap of faith. Once on the ground, the mother then leads them to the nearest body of water. Mandarin ducks prefer to spend their time in forests along the banks of rivers, lakes, and ponds, but they can be found all over the place. Some mandarin ducks have even found their way to North America after escaping captivity.

    Number 9. Sea Otters

    Whether we’re talking about sea otter pups or fully grown adults, these critters are some of the cutest in the animal kingdom. They can grow to be quite large, reaching weights of around 100 pounds. Interestingly enough, they are actually heavier than giant otters, although they don’t grow to be quite as long. They can be found in northern and eastern parts of the North Pacific Ocean. Sea otters routinely dive down to the seabed in order to forage for food and enjoy making a meal of sea urchins, molluscs, and crustaceans. Unfortunately, sea otters were hunted extensively for a long time, dropping their worldwide numbers from between 150,000 and 300,000 otters right on down to somewhere between 1,000 and 2,000 individuals by the early 90s. Bans on hunting have helped return sea otters to their former glory. First discovered back in 1751, sea otters have potentially been around for up to 2 million years. The sea otter is one of the smallest marine mammal species, but is also the heaviest mustleid. Most of an otter’s life is spent grooming themselves and others, cleaning their fur, removing loose fur, and rubbing their fur to squeeze out water. Sea otters don’t stay underwater too long when they forage, only able to hold their breath for about five minutes in total.

    Number 8. Black-footed cats

    The smallest of all wildcats, earning it the additional title of small-spotted cat. They only grow to have a total body length of around 52 centimetres or 20 inches and only weigh between 3 and 5 pounds. These cats live in southern parts of Africa and hunt at night. Living solitary lives, these cats are voracious hunters, able to take out over a dozen small animals during a single hunt. Being night hunters, it goes without saying that these cats have superb camouflage, which helps them effectively sneak up on potential prey. Studying these cats has been somewhat difficult due to their reclusive nature, and most studies since 1993 have been conducted with the aid of radio telemetry. This allowed researchers to watch these cats in their natural habitat without disturbing them or scaring them away. These cats also sleep in underground burrows all day, which makes them even trickier to find. When hunting, black-footed cats can roam up to 16 kilometres on average in search of small rodents and birds. Another impressive trait is that these cats can snatch birds out of the air mid-flight, leaping up to 1.4 metres high, which is a solid standing jump. Adept hunters, black-footed cats also attack animals much larger and heavier than they are, oftentimes coming out on top.

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  • Day 10 | Magic Kingdom & California Grill | DisneyWorld & Universal Florida 2019


    Hi guys hope you are all well and staying safe!
    Today is Day 10 of our 3 week holiday, Florida Oct/Nov 2019! Today's vlog captures one of the most magical days. We spent the morning at magic kingdom before getting the boat over to two incredibly beautiful resorts for a relaxing stroll. In the evening we go to California Grill for the most special dinner and a rooftop viewing of Happily Ever After!
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  • Poachers / little red scene Kilimanjaro Safari Africa - Disney Animal Kingdom 2012


    A few weeks ago Disney announced that the little red scene on the Kilimanjaro safari attraction will be removed this spring to make way for more savannah space.
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  • We Are Better Together! - Okavango Delta, Botswana & The Pod by John Banovich


    Many creatures in the animal kingdom need a strong social bond to survive. Community gives them many competitive advantages and keeps hormone levels balanced. When they are forced to be away from one another, their normal pattern of behavior, sleep and diet result in irritability. Isolation drives their stress hormones into overdrive and if they don’t get back their social connections in time their prognosis will not be good. Social distancing is only tolerable for a period of time. Like Hippos TOGETHER is better!

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    I have always said that if I had only one trip left in me to go to Africa, it would be either Serengeti or Botswana’s Okavango Delta. This ecological biome is where i went on my very first safari in 1993 and have eagerly returned dozens of times over the last 27 years. To witness the delta's charms, a place where water flows into the white sands of the desert, creating lagoon filled, palm lined paradise rich in wildlife and reminds us this is Africa's last eden. I encourage everyone who travels with us at Wildscapes Travel to include this on their itinerary. John Banovich


    They kill more people than any other animal in Africa. This documented fact was all I could think about as we tried to slip by a large bull hippo in Botswana’s Okavango Delta. The bull eyed our narrow makoro with suspicious irritation – he could explode into rage at any moment. “Do not make any sudden movements,” our guide said softly. The Botswana bushman punting us along slowly kept vigilant watch on the bull. I glanced to the front of the boat just in time to see a giant spider web looming in our path. Right then, the web’s big, ivory owner executed a perfect half gainer right into the boat. He was after me. I could see it in his eyes. As I sprung from the arachnid’s killer path, the vessel’s weight shifted and the hippo’s tolerance shattered. He lunged at us with such brute power and fury it must have terrified the spider into jumping ship. With a pole-vaulter’s precision, our bushman punter swept our small makoro past the raging beast to the other side of the lagoon. I hadn’t been reprimanded like that since Brother Ford caught me misbehaving at Butte Central Catholic High School. Our guide obviously hadn’t seen the size of that spider. John Banovich

  • Animal Kingdom: Kilimanjaro Safaris - Little Red Is Okay!


    I shot the full Kilimanjaro Safaris ride at Animal Kingdom in 1998. This is when they had a cast member say, Little Red is okay! at the end of the ride. I wish they would bring that storyline back. Hope you enjoy the video.

    Thanks for watching the video! A little background on this channel, I am in the process of digitizing my old Hi8 videos. I have a bunch from Florida (and a few other places) and want to share them here. They brought back so many memories. I hope they do the same for you. If you like, share your experiences in the comments below.

    Traveling In Hi8 FAQ:
    1) What kind of camera did you have?
    Video was shot with a Sony CCD-TRV65
    2) Video is a little shaky. Didn't it have a stabilizer?
    Yep, it's a bit shaky. I was using my trips to the parks to get a feel for the camera. I don't believe it had a stabilizer on it.
    3) Video sometimes looks dark. Did the camera have any filters?
    It did, but I stunk at selecting the right one.

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    The Toledo Zoo and Aquarium, located in Toledo, Ohio, is a member of the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums (WAZA), and is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums (AZA), through the year 2022. The Toledo Zoo and Aquarium houses over 10,000 individual animals that cover 720 different species.


    Africa! opened on May 1, 2004, and is 12 acres (4.9 ha) large. The main exhibit, the African plains, is 5 acres (2.0 ha) in size. It has artificial termite mounds for the free-roaming African animals, such as the East African crowned cranes, Grant's zebra, greater kudu, helmeted guineafowl, impala, addra gazelles, Masai giraffe, sacred ibis, Nile lechwe, white-backed vulture, ostrich, watusi cattle, white-headed vulture, Marabou stork, warthogs, and wildebeest.

    The Toledo Zoo & Aquarium has one of the most diverse collections of any zoo-aquarium in the United States. The aquarium closed in October 2012 for renovations and re-opened in March 2015. The updated aquarium contains 3000+ aquatic animals in 178,000 US gal (670,000 l) of water, including the largest tank with 90,000 US gal (340,000 l). The total water volume is nearly four times as much as the previous aquarium.

    Arctic Encounter
    The Arctic Encounter includes grey wolves, gray and harbor seals, and polar bears. Two waterfalls and seven saltwater streams are featured in this exhibit.

    The Rescue Roost
    The bald eagle exhibit and rescue is located in the middle of the north side pedestrian ramp to the bridge. The first inhabitants had an injured wing and a blind eye respectively.

    Cassowary Crossing
    Cassowary Crossing is located near the south-side ramp for the Anthony Wayne Trail Footbridge. The exhibit features the Southern Cassowary.

    Flamingo Key
    An outdoor pond area consisting of flamingos, Dalmatian pelicans, scarlet ibises, roseate spoonbills, white-breasted cormorants, and other local native and exotic waterfowl including a real life mudhen.

    Kingdom of the Apes
    In 1993, The Kingdom of the Apes first opened. Now, it holds Bornean orangutans and western lowland gorillas. The gorillas have a Gorilla Meadow, which has an area of 0.3 acres (1,200 m2). The orangutan exhibit has a pool in the outdoor space and climbing structures.

    Museum of Science
    The exhibits included two sub-exhibits, The Crawlspace and Amazing Amphibians. The Crawlspace: A World of Bugs contains over 20 species such as beetles, centipedes, cockroaches, orb-weaver spiders, scorpions, tarantulas, and stick insects. The Amazing Amphibians exhibit featured over two dozen species of frogs, salamanders and caecilians, including the Kihansi spray toad, the Wyoming toad and the Japanese giant salamander.

    Nature's Neighborhood
    Nature's Neighborhood is located next to the Museum of Science. It currently contains African pygmy goats, silkie chickens, honeybees, leafcutter ants, feathertail gliders, a tamandua, guinea pigs, crayfish, corn snakes, cockatiels, rats, macaws, an opossum as well as various cats and rabbits.

    Penguin Beach
    The Penguin Beach was built in 2014 and features African penguins and multiple species of duck including the long-tailed duck, Baer's pochard, spectacled eider and the harlequin duck. This is an outdoor exhibit with a little overhead bridge and an underwater viewing area.

    Primate Forest
    Located in the Main Plaza, this exhibit holds ring-tailed lemurs, mongoose lemurs, black-and-white colobuses, Allen’s swamp monkeys, François' langurs, red pandas and white-cheeked gibbons.

    Reptile House
    It currently holds 1000 species of snakes, lizards and a saltwater crocodile. Behind it is a Native Ohio Species Area, featuring natural wetland structures and native turtles such as spiny softshell turtles and spotted turtles. Near it is a raptor barn and at the exit is an exhibit for red-footed tortoises and leopard tortoises.

    Tembo Trail
    Tembo Trail is located on the south side of zoo and is one of the largest areas within the zoo. Tembo Trail currently features African Elephants, hippos, spotted-necked otters, grizzly bears, Tasmanian devils, meerkats, bactrian camels, yaks, naked mole rats and a Kodiak bear named Dodge.

    Tiger Terrace
    Located near the entrance is an Andean bear named Nieve who at 29 years old is the oldest recorded female Andean Bear on the planet. It also includes Amur tigers, Patagonian maras, and North American cougars.

    Snow Leopards
    The exhibit features two connected mesh/chain link enclosures. The zoo's breeding pair have produced multiple cubs. A female cub, named Dariga, was born in October 2017. Another female cub, named Babochka, was born in May 2019.


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  • ANIMAL KINGDOM, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida from Travel with Iva Jasperson


    ANIMAL KINGDOM, Walt Disney World, Orlando, Florida from Travel with Iva Jasperson

    Hello everyone...
    Disney's Animal Kingdom is a zoological theme park at the Walt Disney World Resort in Bay Lake, Florida, near Orlando. Owned and operated by The Walt Disney Company through its Parks and Resorts division, it is the largest theme park in the world, covering 580 acres (230 ha). The park opened on Earth Day, April 22, 1998, and was the fourth theme park built at Walt Disney World. The park is dedicated and themed entirely around the natural environment and animal conservation, a philosophy once pioneered by Walt Disney.

    Disney's Animal Kingdom is accredited by the Association of Zoos and Aquariums and the World Association of Zoos and Aquariums, meaning they have met or exceeded the standards in education, conservation, and research. The park is represented by the Tree of Life, a sculpted 145-foot-tall (44 m), 50-foot-wide (15 m) artificial boab tree.

    In 2015, it hosted approximately 10.9 million guests, ranking it the fourth-most visited amusement park in the United States and seventh-most visited in the world.

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  • GUESS THE BABY BIRD CHALLENGE!! | On the Creature Trail with the Kratt Brothers


    GUESS THE BABY BIRD CHALLENGE is the latest episode of On the Creature Trail with the Kratt Brothers. In this video, Chris and Martin Kratt are in the Caribbean islands taking a look at a little funny-looking but amazing bird that has a very cool colorful creature power!

    The flamingo! Flamingos are one of the world’s most recognizable and distinctive birds!

    Flamingos are wading birds. They have incredibly long necks and stilt-like legs, longer in proportion to their body than any other bird species, which allow them to wade and feed in deeper water than most avian animals. Their toes are also webbed, which helps them stir up benthic organisms hidden in the sand and mud by stomping their feet on the ground. The webbing is also a great feature that helps the flamingo walk across muddy surfaces without sinking.

    Unlike other wading birds, the flamingo can see the tip of its beak thanks to the bird’s unique downward-facing bill! This helps the flamingo line up its bill perfectly with its chick during feeding.

    Flamingoes are born a whitish-grey, but turn pink because of their algae, crustacean and invertebrate diet that contain carotenoids (a naturally occurring pigment)!

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    The Kratt Brothers (Chris Kratt and Martin Kratt) are zoologists by training who have built a family entertainment brand based on their enthusiasm for animals and their wild popularity with a family audience.

    Since founding their production company Kratt Bros. Co. in 1993, they have created and executive produced over 200 episodes of 4 successful television series: Kratts' Creatures, Zoboomafoo with the Kratt Brothers, Be The Creature and @Wild Kratts. They star in these programs playing themselves and also perform as directors, scriptwriters, authors, and wildlife cinematographers - ever in the pursuit of creature adventure.

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