Bear Captured and Removed from Magic Kingdom Yesterday
In an enchanting turn of events, Walt Disney World’s Magic Kingdom welcomed an unexpected guest yesterday a black bear. The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FFWC) swiftly responded to this unusual situation, ensuring the safety of both the bear and park visitors.
The bear was discovered by vigilant Cast Members before the park’s opening, allowing Disney to take precautionary measures. It was found perched in a tree near Big Thunder Mountain Railroad in Frontierland—a highly uncommon sight for both visitors and park officials.
The FFWC stepped in to handle the situation, and local news outlet WESH provided photos and videos of the bear’s presence. These visuals captured the coordinated efforts to safely capture and relocate the bear to a more suitable habitat.
This memorable day served as a reminder of the diverse wildlife in Florida and the importance of preserving both human and animal safety. As the bear embarked on its journey to a new home, the Magic Kingdom returned to its enchanting normalcy, leaving behind a tale of an unforgettable wild visitor.
WESH Chopper 2 was able to get an exclusive video of the bear being carried out in the early afternoon.
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