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A visit to Animal Kingdom is not always the most enjoyable thing you do in your life, but when it’s a lot of fun you might just find yourself getting the full Disney experience.
The park has some of the best animals in the world, and the crowds are huge.
But what if you don’t like to wander around in the dark?
The park is now bringing back its nighttime experience, and it’s all thanks to a new video.
Check it out for yourself: Disney’s Animal Kingdom, as it’s known, has always been a little off-putting to people who have a soft spot for the park.
In the new video, which was created by director Mark Dacres and director of photography Dan O’Brien, you can see how some of them can get quite rowdy when the lights are off.
Disney parks have always been known for their crowds and their wild antics, but the nighttime park has always seemed to take things a bit too far.
Dacros was inspired to create the video because he’s had a few complaints about the nighttime experience.
In a post on his Instagram, he wrote: This is a Disney park.
I’m here to take photos and share them with you.
And when it comes to the nighttime, I’m the bad guy.
The nighttime experience is a fun time, but it is not the best.
When the lights go out, the crowds get loud, and there is no safety zone.
I know what you’re thinking.
Well, yes, there are safety zones, but they’re always just a few feet away.
I mean, I’ve been to the Disney parks and I know the crowds, but there are no safety zones.
I can’t tell you how many times I’ve had to turn away a bunch of kids when the light goes out and they’re still on the edge of the park, trying to get close to a ride.
This is not something you want to see.
So, Disney has taken a cue from Dacrs original idea and is bringing back the nighttime.
This isn’t just a nighttime attraction.
The video is now available on Disney’s YouTube channel.
But wait, there’s more!
The park will also be hosting a nighttime scavenger hunt.
In it, you’ll be able to meet other guests and have a little bit of fun.
You’ll have to hunt down a few items to get the goodies you need.
Disney says that the scavenger hunts are fun for kids, and if you can’t find what you need at the park’s main dining area, you may be able for a treat.
The scavenger hunting will be hosted by the Animal Kingdom Animal Sanctuary and run from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., and will feature some of their most beloved animals, including lions, tigers, bears, elephants, and penguins.
So far, the park is offering two types of prizes, the first of which is a Mickey Mouse t-shirt and the second of which are the first and second versions of the popular Mickey Mouse costume.
It’s a little tricky to get a shirt that’s a good fit, so if you want one of those, you have to get there early, but if you get one early, you should get it right away.
Disney’s nighttime scavenging event is scheduled to take place at the Disney California Adventure park in Anaheim, California from November 17 to 20.
If you’re visiting the park at the time of this post, you could catch a glimpse of it for yourself.
This article originally appeared on The Atlantic.