Friday, June 26, 2015

The Sharks of WDW: Toy Story Midway Mania

Have I ever mentioned my favorite animal here? Well, it's the humble shark. Because they are AWESOME. So whenever I see them in WDW, I combine two loves in one place and become super excited.

Sure, there are the obvious places - The Seas with Nemo and Friends has a whole play section dedicated to Anchor, Chum, and Bruce. And they get their own song in Finding Nemo: The Musical, so there's that.


Plus the Coral Reef, of course, and I hear you can swim with them in Typhoon Lagoon, although I think they might have closed that attraction? Anyway, yeah, they show up a lot in any Nemo or ocean related exhibit, but sometimes you can find them in unexpected places, too.

To that end, I have dedicated my life, my time, my talents to the goal of locating all the random sharks in WDW. Let's start here, in the main queue for Toy Story Midway Mania:


I don't know what game this is supposed to represent - Go Fish? Or some super-aggressive aquatic version of Magic: The Gathering? - but I like it.

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2 comments:

  1. Sharks, man. I joke that they are always going to eat me at my triathlons. Doesn't matter if it's in a lake or a river. Still a risk of sharks. Heck, there might be land sharks on the bike ride for all I know.

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    1. Remember, bull sharks can enter fresh water! #HereToHelp

      But seriously, with that large a group it's EXTREMELY unlikely a shark would ever approach you, even if there was one in the vicinity. :)

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