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Hello everyone, and welcome to this week’s Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia segment!  I’m joined as always by my great friends Heidi from Heidi’s Head, Jenn from Disney Babies Blog, and Jodi from Magical Mouse Schoolhouse!  Today I’ve got a “Did You Know” segment from the WDW Trivia Book, Volume 2, by Lou Mongello!  So, let’s get right into the meat of our post!  Please tell me what you think of this!

Did You Know…

In the construction of the newest Disney Park at Walt Disney World, Disney’s Animal Kingdom Park, 60 dump trucks full of dirt were delivered to the DAK construction site every day for two straight years to create the Park’s landscape!  That’s about 4.4 million cubic yards of dirt!

I don’t know about your yard, but I could have used just 1 dump truck full of dirt — or maybe even less than that — for my yard!  What about you?

Thank you for stopping by today and enjoying my trivia tidbit!  If you have a blog, I invite you to write up a trivia post and submit it for us to enjoy as well!  Now, please take a look at the rest of the entries by clicking on the images below, and thanks for reading!  Go out and make it a Disney Day!

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5 Replies to “Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia – WDW Trivia Book”

  1. That is almost inconceivable to think of that.. but Animal Kingdom and the size of the park is too! Great Trivia bit :) We are in the process of creating our blog, we only have a facebook page at this time…can’t wait to play along and link up :)
    TwoMomsandaMouse~ Maureen

    1. Thanks Maureen! I love it when you leave comments here on my blog or over on my Facebook Page! Thanks for doing so, I can’t wait until you have your blog established too! If I can help with something, shoot me an email to mickey@mydreamsofdisney.com.

      Thanks, now go out and make it a Disney Day!

      Mike

  2. That’s an awful lot of dirt! A few years ago, we got a load of topsoil brought in for Brian’s garden. I thought one scoop was a lot. LOL

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