According to Disney, the zebra animal care team has noticed that Laylee’s foal Youka is more curious and independent, while Zuri’s foal Zalika is a bit bashful. Zebras learn by watching, so the foals are learning a lot by mimicking their moms. For example, the foals watch their moms chew hay, so they try to do it, too. The pair also try to copy their moms when they bathe themselves in dust. Each day brings new learnings as the foals continue to grow and thrive.
Grevy’s zebras are the most endangered of all zebra species, and these births were a result of our ongoing commitment to the Species Survival Plan (SSP) program, which helps ensure healthy, genetically diverse populations of animals for years to come.
Beginning June 1, guests visiting Disney’s Animal Kingdom will notice a new system for stroller parking in the park.
When arriving at specific attractions, guests will receive a colored tag which corresponds to one of three stroller parking areas. Tags will be able to be reused at other attractions or a new tag can be picked up at each location. Guests who rent a stroller at Disney’s Animal Kingdom will receive a tag at the time of rental.
Attractions included in this test program are:
It’s Tough to be a Bug
Kali River Rapids
Finding Nemo – The Musical
Festival of the Lion King
Wildlife Express Train
Rivers of Light
An end date for this pilot program has not been announced.