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All the Disney from the Sea
And what does Disneyland have to do with the ocean, you ask? Tsk, tsk, tsk, you silly mouseketeer. Let's put on our swim goggles and have a look around!
|They have swans and goldfish that swim in the
moat in front of Snow White's castle. And while you won't find these
aquatic animals in the ocean, the same principles of flotation and
breathing apply. By studying the swans and the goldfish in the moat, we
can learn how the birds and fishes of the sea might act.
Create your own swan lake right in your own back yard. Check out the Dwarfs Birdbath (Item # 17443) @ The Disney Store Online.
Question: How many swans live at Disneyland Park? E-mail your answer here!
|The Jungle Cruise is a perfect spot to study
ocean processes. Winding through lush tropical palms and banyon trees,
your journey here reminds us that all the waters of the world are joined
as one. Evaporation from the ocean nourishes the rains that fall in the
mountains, feeding the waterfalls that merge into rivers and flow
lazily into the oceans, beginning the cycle all over again.
Own your piece of the jungle. For plush toys, videos, CD-ROMs and other gifts, search on "jungle" @ The Disney Store Online.
Question: How many waterfalls can you find at Disneyland Park? E-mail your answer here!
|Ship ahoy, mate. Pirate ships seem to pop up
everywhere at Disneyland. And while they may have been a bit rough in
their ways, pirates were some of the best sailors to be found. Their
vessels were sleek and fast and their captains knew everything about the
sea. If it hadn't been for Peter Pan, a few of them might still be
Check out the Mickey Pirate Ship Snowglobe (Item # 19506) and other pirate treasures @ The Disney Store Online.
Question: How many different pirate ships can you find at Disneyland Park? E-mail your answer here!
|A trip around the park on the Disney train
takes you back to a time when dinosaurs ruled the Earth. At about that
time, new oceans were being formed as the continents drifted apart. These
new oceans flourished with all kinds of bizarre fishes, including the
largest prehistoric shark of them all, Carcharadon megalodon, the
ancestor of the Great White Shark!
Create your own virtual aquarium and learn fun fish facts with Ariel's Story Studio CD-ROM (item # 16596) or find your gifts from the sea with a search on "sea" @ The Disney Store Online.
Question: What ride featured an underwater tour of the sea at Disneyland Park? E-mail your answer here!
|These are just a few of the wonderful ways
that oceanography can be found at Disneyland. Next time you're at the
park, look around you. How many ocean-related things can you find?
And when you're not out the park, see how many ocean-related gifts can you find at The Disney Store Online. Check out one of mine, the Mickey & Minnie at the Beach Snowglobe (Item # 18703) at The Disney Store Online.