News Disney World's Magic Kingdom is experiencing widescale attraction closures this morning due to a bear

Sirwalterraleigh

Premium Member
You need flip flops with better arch support for a day at WDW.
I was thinking that too…

Gonna get “Fred flintstone irritation” on those

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Sirwalterraleigh

Premium Member
In all seriousness though, the black bear population in Florida is around 4,000, so this isn’t entirely surprising. I highly doubt that this is the first time that there’s been one on WDW property. Just the first time there’s been one in the parks, possibly.
It’s practically a wildlife refuge…

I’m sure they tranq’d quite a few over the years…

I mean…there’s bobcats all over that area and it’s not like the gators stopped hatching either
 

EricsBiscuit

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So what does Disney do? I have never seen something like this before. I’ve seen gator incidents (have had one knock on my glass door before) resolved by gator trappers. But I don’t know of any bear trappers in Florida? I would hope they can save the animal, but would they have to hunt it? Maybe tranquilize it and drag it out? Any ideas?
 

Brian

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So what does Disney do? I have never seen something like this before. I’ve seen gator incidents (have had one knock on my glass door before) resolved by gator trappers. But I don’t know of any bear trappers in Florida? I would hope they can save the animal, but would they have to hunt it? Maybe tranquilize it and drag it out? Any ideas?
The bear will be put to work in Tiana's salt mine co-op for fair wages and stock ownership opportunities.
 

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