If You’ve Seen a Disneynature Film, You’ve Helped Change the World

From the Disney Insider

Disneynature was launched in 2008 to bring epic stories from nature to the big screen, and to give something back to the animals that star in these inspirational films. From 2008’s Earth to last year’s Bears, opening week ticket sales have planted over 3 million trees in Brazil, protected 40,000 acres of coral reef in the Bahamas, safeguarded 130,000 acres of chimpanzee habitat in the Congo, protected 65,000 acres of migratory corridors in Kenya, and provided research and restoration grants to U.S. national parks.

If you purchase opening week tickets for Monkey Kingdom—in theaters April 17—you’ll help once again! In partnership with Conservation International, Disneynature will make a donation in your honor to help protect habitat across Indonesia, Cambodia, and Sri Lanka benefitting hundreds of species and helping to protect fresh drinking water for local populations.



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