Friday, June 17, 2011
Once every 7-10 years, the Disneyland Jungle Cruise elephants are given a "check-up" which takes about 7 weeks. When her refurbishment is complete, they will return to the Jungle Cruise and will once again be what the skippers call, "the largest and most feared animal in our jungle - the mother-in-law!".
But to achieve this elephant check-up they need to remove them from the now "real" jungle of the Jungle Cruise, and there is no other way to do it than with a helicopter! So, have a look to the short video below and you'll be able to say that you've seen a Jungle Cruise elephant flying...
Picture and video: copyright Disney