Check out ‘It All Started With a Mouse’ at the New Animal Experience in Animal Kingdom

Rafiki's Planet Watch

Animal Kingdom is more than just a zoo. There is is a lot to see and do there. There is a new animal experience called, “It All Started with a Mouse,” it is in Rafiki’s Planet Watch. The animal lovers in your life will love this!

It All Started with a Mouse” shows Walt Disney’s lifelong love of the animal world and his belief that “what everyone will learn who studies it is a renewed sense of kinship with the earth and all its inhabitants.”

During the show, Conservation Station’s “animal ambassadors,” including sheep, parrots, porcupines, birds of prey and Kunekune pigs help tell stories and make appearances, as the cast members share natural history fun facts, conservation messages and calls-to-action.

Check out some shots from the show:

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After the show, you will have an exclusive opportunity to talk to some of the stars of the show, Feel free to take as many pictures as you like!

Be sure you allow yourself enough travel time because remember you do have to ride the Wildlife Express train to get there. 

Wishing you Faith, Trust, and Pixie Dust




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Check out ‘It All Started With a Mouse’ at the New Animal Experience in Animal Kingdom was last modified: June 27th, 2014 by Maria

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  1. Paul Saint says:

    This is one show I’m looking forward to seeing. It reminds me a lot of the Pocahontas show that used to be at the now-closed area of Camp Minnie-Mickey.