A new collection of animal print Mickey and Minnie merchandise is available at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. We found these items at Discovery Trading Company.
Loungefly Snakeskin Minnie Ear Headband – $44.99
The ear headband is made of black pleather.
There’s a splotchy dotted pattern debossed on the ears with Mickey heads mixed in.
The bow has a pink, white, and black diamond snakeskin pattern.
A Disney and Loungefly plaque is on one side of the headband.
Snakeskin Crocs Slides – $34.99
These slides by Crocs have a green and black animal print exterior with a gray interior.
The tops feature striped Mickey heads.
Snakeskin Bucket Hat – $39.99
The bucket hat has a similar green and black leopard-like pattern, with a light brown brim.
One spotted Mickey head is on the brim.
Snakeskin Hoodie Shirt – $44.99
This short-sleeved shirt is light brown with a Mickey head in the center.
The Mickey head is a splotchy green with black spots.
The same pattern runs in stripes on the tops of the sleeves.
Snakeskin Hooded Sweatshirt – $49.99
The same pattern is all over this sweatshirt’s sleeves.
The torso is black with a solid green Mickey head on the left breast. It’s a pullover with a drawstring hood.
Snakeskin Tank Top – $39.99
This tank top’s pattern is on the inside, so it’s just seeping through the fabric on the outside.
It’s white with black spots and “Wild” across the center. The “i” is Minnie’s silhouette.
Snakeskin T-shirt – $39.99
This top is green with pink fabric lining the neck.
There’s a stripe of dark splotches diagonal across the center. A Minnie head is on the chest with a pink bow and spotted pattern.
Snakeskin Youth Shirt – $31.99
This youth shirt is light green and features Minnie’s full silhouette across the chest.
Minnie is dark gray and patterned with black splotches and mouse heads with pink bows.
Snakeskin Youth Dress – $39.99
The dress is mostly pink, with a gray patterned ruffle along the bottom and spaghetti straps.
A black Minnie head is on the chest with gold splotches and a patterned bow.
Disney’s Animal Kingdom News
Two baby cotton-top tamarins were recently born at Disney’s Animal Kingdom and can now be seen on stage in their enclosure near Creature Comforts.
Disney has worked tirelessly since Disney’s Animal Kingdom opened in 1998 to assist in global animal conservation, particularly of endangered species. In addition to the tamarins, Walt Disney World has had several successful animal births recently including Walter the red river hog at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Lodge and Penny the yellow-backed duiker calf.
The Merry Menagerie will be returning to Disney’s Animal Kingdom this holiday season.