Thursday, July 16, 2009

Disney's Conservation Station

The Conservation Station can be found in Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park, gives guests a fun and educational look at the animals of Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park, Orlando, Florida. The exhibits are in an airconditioned area where you can see some of the animal handlers, the animals themselves and learn about the veterinary care, research and food preparation that are part of the day-to-day activities.

Enjoy beautiful murals depicting a variety of animal species and take part in wild animal experiences, entertaining games and shows, and other activities that help promote wildlife conservation awareness. This is part of Rafiki's Planet Watch, an area dedicated to the preservation and conservation of animals. To get to Rafiki's Planet Watch, board the Wildlife Express Train in the Harambe, Africa area of Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park.

You can even see newborn animals being nursed and taken care of by the station's staff. You also can see lots of insects and other small animals housed inside aquarium like containers. The photo in this post was taken from Disney Animal Kingdom's official website since I did not take some photos when we were inside.

3 comments :

Irfan Melodic said...

Hello, see you this day. I wonder whether you are an employee at Disney Land?

It seems you know so many things about Disney Land and I thank you very much for sharing the Disney Land experience with us.

I have dreamed about having a travelling there, but so far, I cannot make the dream come true.

Come to my blog as well my friend :)

Best regards,

Irfan Melodic Nugroho
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disneyusa said...

naah.. i just went there that's all lolz. but the one who toured us around works at disney so he knew where the best attractions are.

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