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[09/09/20 - 10:31 AM]
Video: "Magic of Disney's Animal Kingdom" - Official Trailer - Disney+
Josh Gad narrates the series, which starts streaming Friday, September 25.

[via press release from Disney+]

Magic of Disney's Animal Kingdom | Official Trailer | Disney+

Welcome to a place where wonder meets the wild. Magic of Disney's Animal Kingdom, an Original Series from Nat Geo narrated by Josh Gad and filmed at Walt Disney World, starts streaming Sep. 25 on #DisneyPlus. #MoDAK

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