Heard on the Jungle Cruise:
On your left you'll see the second most ferocious animal on the African continent, a bull elephant. And as we round the corner, here's the only creature more ferocious... his mother-in-law.

You know to stop a charging rhinocerous, don't you? Take away his credit card.

We're now approaching Albert Schweitzer falls, named after the famous Doctor Albert... Falls.

Ladies and gentlemen, if you'll look to your left as we pass under the falls, you will see...the back of water.

Do you know what the difference between the crocodiles and alligators are? The crocodiles are made of plastic and the alligators are made with fiberglass.

Since we are in an area filled with rare tropical foliage, I'd like to take a moment to point out some of the plants to you. There's one, there's one...

By the look of those baboons up there, something's up on the great African veldt. Ah-ha! It looks like that pride of lions has made a kill, and the clean-up crew, those hungry vultures, are waiting for their share. This region points out the basic law of the jungle--"don't be a zebra."