Continuing with the Kilimanjaro Safaris at The Animal Kingdom, here is an okapi. While resembling a zebra in its striping, the okapi is actually most closely related to a giraffe.
This rodent was NOT seen on safari.
The Pangani Forest Exploration Trail situated near the end of the Kilimanjaro Safari features gorillas, hippos, birds, fish, rodents and reptiles.
Next we took the Wildlife Express Train out to Rafiki's Planet Watch where we kept running into Rafiki. Here he is.
Here he is.
And here he is.
Here's another happy consumer of an Animal Kingdom hot dog and refreshing Sprite.
Jiminy Cricket croons "When You Wish Upon a Star" as he poses with two humans.
It was 3:00 and time for Mickey's Jammin' Jungle Parade at Animal Kingdom.
Camels can survive a great while on the water contained in their hump.
There's our other Jammin' Jungle guide, Goofy!
Many of the floats in the Jammin' Jungle parade are walked along like this one or ridden along like a bicycle.
There's a big bird...not to be confused with Big Bird.
Here's a purple animal holding a set of drums being played by a human.
Here are three humans known to us and three humans not known to us on their very own Expedition Everest.
Mom, son and daughter take a moment for one last picture together in front of 199.5 foot tall Everest.
If your looking for a brief video of Mickey's Jammin' Jungle Parade, here it is.
For more pictures of our day, go to http://public.fotki.com/Marlonfleenor/1/2008/january/magic-kingdom-with-/ .
To be continued...