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Disneys Animal Kingdom is the largest single Disney theme park in the world Over one-thousand-seven-hundred animals across two-hundred-fifty different kinds of species live there It first opened its gates in nineteen-ninety-eight Today more than ten million people visit the park every year The park is separated into seven different parts The Oasis Discovery Land Camp Minnie-Mickey Africa Rafikis Plant Watch Asia Dinoland USA and Avatar My kids and I plan to visit this park because we want to see the endanger animals and because we love all kinds of animalsThe first animal I am excited to see is going to be the cheetah Cheetahs are commonly in North America and in Asia At Disneys Animal kingdom Zoo we can see the cheetahs in the Kilimanjaro Safaris We can be driven around the safari in an open aired jeep Cheetahs are well known for the fast speeds they can run In fact their body is built for speed The cheetahs back bone is so flexible and bends both ways so they can take long strides Their nostrils and lungs are enlarged so they can breathe faster and harder at high speeds They can take sixty to one-hundred-fifty breathes in one minute These factors make the cheetah accelerate from zero to sixty in just three seconds That is faster than some cars Johnson I really hope my kids and I get to see one running at full speed chasing after its prey If we blink we might miss it The second animal we want to go see is the rhinoceros Rhinoceros commonly live in Africa and Asia Today only about twenty five thousand rhinoceros live in the world Rhinos are known because they have tow horns coming out there snout Rhinos are one of the largest mammals on land An adult rhinos can reach eight feet long and can get up to five feet tall and can weigh up to five tons Dont let the size
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