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"Finding Nemo -- The Musical," the live stage spectacular previewing at Disney's Animal Kingdom in late November at Walt Disney World Resort in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.
"Finding Nemo -- The Musical," The new production features the theatrical puppetry of Michael Curry...
FIT FOR ROYALTY -- During Disney's " The Year of a Million Dreams,"... .
Bellhops at The Twilight Zone Tower of Terror surprised 10-year-old Jack Caprio of Littleton, Colo., when they made him an honorary "junior bellhop." It's all part of Disney's "Year of a Million Dreams" celebration.
DISNEY PRINCESS FANTASY FAIRE -- Guests of all ages will be able to join their favorite princesses for a royal gathering as Fantasyland Theatre is transformed into the enchanted world of “Disney Princess Fantasy Faire,” ...
Disney Parks - "The Year of a Million Dreams" - Where the clock never strikes midnight.
THE MAGIC IS REAL -- Walt Disney World caters to families with preschoolers...
The Walt Disney World Resort's animal care team welcomed a six-foot-tall, 110-pound bundle of joy on Oct. 7, 2006 at Disney's Animal Kingdom theme park in Lake Buena Vista, Fla.  Aibuni, a nine-year old giraffe, gave birth to a healthy baby girl.
The countries only single vine "tomato tree" growing in The Land pavilion at Epcot
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Yong Huang, Epcot's manager of agricultural science at The Land pavilion, inspects the massive "tomato tree" growing inside the theme park's experimental greenhouses in Lake Buena Vista, Fla. A one-of-a-kind plant in the United States, it yields thousands of tomatoes at one time from a single vine. So far, the vine has produced a world record harvest -- more than 20,000 tomatoes with a total weight of more than 850 pounds. And it's still growing. Huang discovered the unique plant while on vacation last year in Beijing, China. After meeting with scientists responsible for that plant, Huang brought its seeds to Epcot and created the specialized greenhouse for the fruit to grow. The vine was planted in December 2004 and continues to grow golf ball-sized tomatoes which are harvested and served in restaurants at Walt Disney World. The world record-setting tomato tree can currently be seen by guests on the attraction's "Living with the Land" boat ride. (Kent Phillips, photographer) 0211AV_067KP
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