Camel Near The Magic Carpets Of Aladdin Is Missing

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Camel Near The Magic Carpets Of Aladdin Is Missing

Everyone who has visited Magic Kingdom Park is familiar with the camel.  When making your way through Adventureland from Sunshine Tree Terrace to The Magic Carpets of Aladdin, Guests find themselves face to face with the camel.  This is the camel that spits on you as you walk by it. (Or am I just that unlucky?  I swear it gets me every time!)  Guests looking forward to wandering through Adventureland and having this experience are going to be disappointed.  Today it was discovered that our camel friend is missing!

Where has the camel gone?  Perhaps the camel has boarded a magic carpet and is discovering a whole new world of people to spit on when they least expect it!  While this would be really interesting, it is most likely undergoing a refurbishment of some sort or will be permanently removed from the area.  It is still showing on the map in the My Disney Experience app so who knows?

Would you like to see the removal of the camel become permanent or would you hope that the camel returns?  Also, does the camel always seem to spit on you as well?  Let us know in the comments!

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