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DisneyNOW App Features New Disney Animals Videos

Scott Terrell

by , DVM, DACVP, Director of Animal & Science Operations, Walt Disney Parks & Resorts

How would you like to spend time with a baby hippo? Or baby giraffe? Perhaps a pair of tiger cubs? Am I sensing some oohhs and ahhs? Get ready for some cuteness overload and learn more about these adorable creatures in DisneyNOW.

We are proud to introduce “Growing Up with Disney Animals,” a new series of videos about animal behavior, care and conservation geared for the young and young at heart.

Available in the DisneyNOW app and website, “Growing Up with Disney Animals,” offers a glimpse into the ahhh-inspiring world of baby animals in Disney’s care, complete with educational fun facts and tips on how to support conservation efforts.

These videos feature many of the species Disney is working hard to protect – including tigers, elephants and giraffes – through the contributions of the Disney Conservation Fund (DCF) and our dedicated, talented team of animal care experts. Since 1995, the DCF has directed more than $75 million in grants to nonprofit organizations working with communities to protect more than 400 species spanning half the countries around the world. Funds support efforts ranging from protecting important areas for African elephants to taking steps to expand tiger habitat and reduce human-wildlife conflict.

Check out DisneyNOW periodically for new Disney Animals videos and connect to the magic of nature. To learn more about how the Disney Conservation Fund is helping save wildlife, inspire action and protect the planet, visit Disney.com/conservation.

Message, data and roaming rates may apply. Availability subject to handset limitations and features may vary by handset or service provider. Coverage and app stores not available everywhere. If you’re under 18, get your parents’ permission first. Other restrictions may apply.

Comments

  • …and don’t forget a few “Aww’s” 🙂

    cuteness to the nth degree!