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Did You Know? The bats living within the Maharajah Jungle Trek at Animal Kingdom have been trained by the Disney team to do something bat experts claimed could never be accomplished-respond to an audio cue. When a dog whistle is blown, the bats head inside for dinner-fruit is on the menu!
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Did You Know? On November 17,1973, the Contemporary Resort was host to President Richard Nixon’s famous “I Am Not a Crook” hourlong televised speech, given in front of 400 Associated Press managing editors(who were gathered for their annual meeting). The speech signaled the beginning of the end of the Nixon presidency and announced a new ear in American politics
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Did You Know? The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror is one of the most advanced multisensory attractions in the world. You’ll experience visual, audio, and olfactory special effects in random ride-and-drop sequences that make each trip a unique experience. The Tower of Terror is also the first attraction in the world that actually determines its own ride sequence
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Did You Know? The 14-story-tall Tree of Life in Animal Kingdom took a crew of thousands more than 18 months to complete. The manmade tree is 145 feet tall and stretches 170 feet across at the root base. A team of 20 artists carved 325 beautiful animal figures in the tree trunk. That’s not all. The multicolored leaves adorning the tree-103,000 in all-were attached by hand
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Did You Know? Hidden Mickey’s were originally two smaller circles on top of one large circle incorporated into a design, creating the familiar head of Mickey Mouse. Today, people spot Hidden Mickey’s in many forms. Some of the other versions include a distorted three circle version of Mickey’s head, or even the image of his whole body. Imagineers take great joy in using Hidden Mickeys in both obvious and subtle ways
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Did You Know? Walt Disney World College Program has been around for more than 30 years, recruiting students from all over the world to come work in the parks and earn up to nine college credits. The company provides housing(for a fee), bus transportation to and from work, and social events (pool parties, networking events, etc.) WDW offers classes for which students can get credit at their home colleges. After completing the college program, students can then apply for a professional internship with Disney
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Did You Know? If you’ve ever visited the African savanna, you may know that acacia trees are the mainstay of the landscape. Animal Kingdom’s Kilimanjaro Safaris, however is pulling a switch-a-roo on its residents by carefully trimming Florida’s native southern live oak trees to mimic the flat-topped acacias. Disney claims the giraffes don’t mind munching on these substitutes.
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Did You Know? Mickey’s PhilharMagic 3-D film spectacular, in the Magic Kingdom’s Fantasyland Concert Hall, features one the largest seamless projection screens in the world. It’s 150 feet wide and 28 feet tall, providing the most immersive wraparound display Disney has ever created
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Did You Know? The Hall of Presidents, one of Walt Disney World’s original attractions, features every president who has served our country, including current president Barack Obama. But why, then, are there only 43 heads on stage if Obama is our 44th president? President Grover Cleveland served two non-consecutive terms, making him our 22nd and 24th president
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Did You Know? The Hall of Presidents, one of Walt Disney World’s original attractions, features every president who has served our country, including current president Barack Obama. But why, then, are there only 43 heads on stage if Obama is our 44th president? President Grover Cleveland served two non-consecutive terms, making him our 22nd and 24th president
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