Animal Kingdom: Kilimanjaro Safaris

Discussion in 'Disney's Animal Kingdom Photos' started by ddindy, Dec 11, 2014.

  1. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

  2. Scottwdw

    Scottwdw Member

  3. Scottwdw

    Scottwdw Member

    I believe the Keepers trim them. In the natural world, they get huge. Sadly, people think the horns have some sort of healing or other properties which leads to illegal poaching. In essence, they are made of the same thing our finger nails are made of.
     
  4. zackiedawg

    zackiedawg Member Staff Member

    Awwww...how cute:
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  5. zackiedawg

    zackiedawg Member Staff Member

    "You think I could jump that moat and get at that truck load of soft chewy looking prey?"
    "That truck over there? With all those colorfully dressed fleshy things?"
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  6. zackiedawg

    zackiedawg Member Staff Member

    Zee-brah, or zeh-brah...for both Americans and Brits:
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  7. zackiedawg

    zackiedawg Member Staff Member

    Give a dog a bone...or a hyena a bone:
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  8. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    I finally get a clear shot of a mandrill on Monkey Island, and he doesn't have the decency to look at the camera. :(

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  9. zackiedawg

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  10. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    At the end of a long day dodging safari vehicles and trying look interesting, you just can't wait for quitting time.

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  11. Chernabog1940

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  12. zackiedawg

    zackiedawg Member Staff Member

    Daydreaming...
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  13. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

  14. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    Why do I have to stay here with you boring old adults? I want to go play with the warthogs.

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  15. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    How about some low-altitude bird watching? Really low altitude.

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    Resting
     
  16. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    The white rhinos are usually out in the open. Black rhinos, however, are more likely to be hanging out in their back yard than strolling out front like this one.

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  17. ddindy

    ddindy Member Staff Member

    This tree trunk will scratch that itch. Now if I could just find my ear hair trimmer...

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