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Where at Disney Parks Can You Find… Sept. 7, 2010

Thomas Smith

by , Editorial Content Director, Disney Parks

Grandmother Willow

You bet it’s time to share another image in need of an ID. And to begin this week, we have a smiling face at a park we haven’t covered yet in this hidden image series – that’s a clue for those of you playing at home. Do you know where it’s located? (answer after the jump)

Grandmother Willow at Disney's Animal Kingdom

There it is. Grandmother Willow from Pochantas smiles at this behind-the-scenes experience at Disney’s Animal Kingdom at Walt Disney World. You get to it by traveling aboard the Wildlife Express Train from Harambe to Rafiki’s Planet Watch and Conservation Station. There you can learn about the veterinary care at the park and even interact with animals.

“Song of the Rainforest” immerses you in a 3D sound picture of a rainforest habitat with Grandmother Willow as your host. Have you experienced it?

Comments

  • This is a great spot out at Conservation Station to sit down in a cool, padded, dark listening room and experience the rainforest with only your ears. It’s a nice relaxing break in the middle of a busy day at Animal Kingdom.

  • Hey Thomas, that’s very cool! When you say “behind the scenes,” you’re not referring to a behind-the-scenes tour, are you? Tis exhibit is something anyone riding the train can see, right? Is it new? Haven’t heard of it before.

    Planning to hit The World in January–our week there will include our first trip to Animal Kingdom–very excited!

  • I’m upset because I was just at Animal Kingdom and we didn’t go on the Wildlife Express Train.

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