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Disney Princess Fan Trades Cinderella Job for Alligators

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Being a Disney princess might seem like a Disney dream come true — but one aspiring Disney World character performer actually did an about-face and has ended up in a far more toothy career! Savannah Boan is a well-known reptile expert in Central Florida who wears many hats as the Park Director and Crocodilian Enrichment Coordinator at the popular Florida ...

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The Beloved Disney World Experiences Ended For ‘Good Reasons’

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There is an old saying that all good things must come to an end. While we’d like to believe that the magical experiences to be had at Walt Disney World are all exempt from this concept, we all know better. We’ve seen it firsthand when one of our favorite attractions closes or a highly enjoyable non-attraction offering becomes defunct. That’s ...

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Cast Members Share ‘Snake’ Stories From Disney World

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Many Disney Guests will be familiar with the reptiles and amphibians that can be spotted on a Walt Disney World Resort vacation — but sometimes less common varieties of lizards, snakes, or even alligators are spotted amidst all of the Disney magic, and one Walt Disney World Resort Guest recently spotted an intriguing creature while enjoying some Disney golf! Many ...

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Surprising Creatures You May Encounter on Disney World Property

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If you were asked about where to find wild animals onsite at Walt Disney World Resort, you’d probably be poised to spout off the more obvious designations. Both Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park and Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge come to mind first and foremost. And for those who are more marine-focused, The Seas with Nemo and Friends Pavilion at EPCOT is ...

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Video: Alligator Spotted Inside Magic Kingdom

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As many readers of this publication already know, The Walt Disney World Resort was built on farm and swamp land in Central Florida, meaning that The Magic Kingdom had to find a way to co-exist with the animal kingdoms already present there. While work has been done to relocate the animals to other areas of the Reedy Creek Improvement District, ...

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