The Big Bunny

Saturday 23 September at Disney's Animal Kingdom

Alighting from the Courtesy Tram at 10:41 a.m.

And—to me, anyway—these Courtesy Trams are new.

Onward to the Oasis.

Yes, Irma was here.

But the Tree of Life is still living. Or at least standing.

Marsupial Meet-Up thereunder.

plus a turkey in the straw

The usual flamboyance.

Meanwhile, in Pandora-The World of Avatar, all floating mountains are intact.

Out-of-this-world flora.

On the path from Pandora to Africa.

Looking back from Harambe to the path to Pandora.

Welcome to Harambe.

port of East Africa

Obligatory Everest-in-the-distance shot.

Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis, a perennial favorite of mine.

Rafiki welcomes you to his Planet Watch.

Where it’s National My Bunny Is Bigger Than Your Bunny Day.

At least I was smart enough not to test this

are you smarter than a box turtle?

They say a little reptilia squamata teiidae dracaena goes a long way…

Caiman Lizard

Back in Harambe, the Nice Try Wall at the Wildlife Express Station.

post no bills

For me, the décor in the retail establishments is usually more appealing than most of the merchandise.

On the path from Africa to Asia. Because I know you want to see the Tree of Life partially obstructed by foreground flora.


prayer flags

At Flame Tree Barbecue, I have thoughtfully done some cropping to protect the identity of a family that is about to lose part of their lunch, if this guy’s plan works out.

Who knows why this tee is offered in child sizes only…

(Be sure to watch at 1080p HD)

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1 Response to The Big Bunny

  1. Pa says:

    Excellent tour! Thankee Kindly!

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