Last year, Disney+ had announced that they were bringing a new series to their platform highlighting the behind the scenes efforts that make Disney’s ‘Animal Kingdom’ run. According to Disney+, the series will be debuting this fall!
From National Geographic, the global leader in natural-history programming, and premiering on Disney+, this new series will give viewers a one-of-a-kind look into the daily operation of their advanced animal care and veterinary facilities at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and The Seas with Nemo & Friends at EPCOT and will showcase the dedication and expertise of Disney’s amazing cast members. (WhatsonDisneyPlus.com)
The series produced by Nat Geo will exhibit the cast members and daily operations of caring for the animals. So if you’ve ever wondered what it takes to prepare a diet for an elephant? Or train a tiger to participate in its own healthcare? This series will give you a peek behind-the-scenes as the stories of these animal care experts and the animals they care for. (WhatsOnDisneyPlus)
Disney’s ‘Animal Kingdom’ joined the Magic Kingdom, reopening it’s gates on July 11th to park goers in Florida. If you have visited the enormous lands of Animal Kingdom, you surely have noticed the time and dedication the staff and handlers put into their job showing their commitment to the animals they care for every day which will be highlighted in this upcoming docuseries.
Opening it’s doors for the first time in April 1998, Animal Kingdom was the 4th park built in Walt Disney World and remains the largest in size covering 580 acres of land.The park is dedicated and themed entirely around the natural environment and animal conservation, a philosophy once pioneered by Walt Disney himself.