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Anyone notice the "World of Motion" sea serpent in DCA?

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  • Anyone notice the "World of Motion" sea serpent in DCA?

    The other day, I noticed a new addition to the revamped Hollywood Pictures Backlot in DCA: The World of Motion sea serpent! Basically, he is the sea serpent that the Columbus figure used to be looking at with his telescope. The serpent's right eye is squinted, as his left eye used to be looking right back at Columbus through the telescope.

    I got a little excited when I realized where the sea serpent was from.

    The figure is in three sections, and is located over by the stage where Drawn to the Magic performs.

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    Re: Anyone notice the "World of Motion" sea serpent in DCA?

    Photo?

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      Re: Anyone notice the "World of Motion" sea serpent in DCA?

      Cool!
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        Re: Anyone notice the "World of Motion" sea serpent in DCA?

        What?! That's awesome that sea serpent made the trip out west.

        (There's chickens originally from World Of Motion that are now at Mickey's Toontown Fair at WDW's MK)

        Photos, please! Darkbeer, got that one yet?
        Magic Journeys...

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          Re: Anyone notice the "World of Motion" sea serpent in DCA?

          The Sea Serpent isn't new to DCA, they just relocated it during the placemaking project. It has been in the park since it opened, I believe, and used to be over by the restrooms, kind of behind Cruella's trailer.

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