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The Tail Competition - At Animal Kingdom in Disney World, Orlando I think the gorgeous Scarlet Macaw wins the prize for his really long tail. His friend had a shorter tail so I’m guessing there was some competition going on. Or maybe he really can’t see the end of it. He appears to be looking down his nose beak at the other one.
Spend time in Animal Kingdom in Disney World then come to the West Coast and find a home to live in. You can’t live in Animal Kingdom.
It’s Best To Let Sleeping Tigers Lie - Animal Kingdom in Disney Enjoying a bit of high noon sun, a lucky tiger snoozes away at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. He’s a beautiful animal and just wants to be left alone to grab some z’s.
The best time to go to Animal Kingdom is as early as the park opens; you want to have water with you for the trek and dress for the heat and humidity; wear loose, cotton clothing, comfortable shoes, and hats to shade your skin. Wear sunblock too. The tiger exhibit can get quite (15 comments)
What Do Komodo Dragons and Henry Ford Have in Common? Dream BigWell, to be honest not an awful lot, I researched for hours (okay, it was maybe minutes) and couldn’t find one reference to the famous Mr. F and the lizard population. But let's see what we can find.....
Here in Florida, our lizards are not very big; maybe 5-6 inches. I have seen bigger ones around about 8 inches long and heavier in the body than our little green Anoles but I'm not sure what they are called.
I think this little guy watching me through my (23 comments)
Tassels On His Ears-Oh My - A Red River Hog in Animal Kingdom-Orlando This decorated guy is the Red River Hog or Bush Pig of Africa. Living in rain forests and normally seen near swamps and rivers, they live in herds of 6 to 20 with a dominant male. Mostly nocturnal, they eat plants and roots, fruits and grasses. Some small animals (lizards).
He's kind of cute-don't you agree?
Red River Hog in Animal Kingdom - Orlando-Florida I love learning about different animals in different areas!
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Look Into My Eagle Eyes - At Animal Kingdom in DisneyWorld-OrlandoAren’t these eyes majestic? Look at the expression in his face. I would have loved to touch him and felt those feathers but his handler didn’t come close enough.Eagle at the Birds of Prey Exhibit at Animal Kingdom in DisneyWorld-Orlando.
How could anyone hurt anything this beautiful?
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animal kingdom: Here’s Looking at You, Kid on Wild Wednesday - 02/08/12 02:12 PM
Here’s Looking at You, Kid on Wild Wednesday This cute looking guy is a Painted Stork, he has pink feathers and looks like a rainbow on legs (long, skinny legs). Painted Storks live in Asia and they are happy there--they don’t migrate. They nest in trees alongside other water birds; and when feeding they immerse half their beak in water and sweep side to side to snap up fish. This lucky duck--oops, I mean Painted Stork has been adopted by Animal Kingdom in Disney World-Orlando. And, I'm sure he's happy there too. He looks happy, I think, although it's hard to (35 comments)
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