Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia: Roars Of The Lion King

The Lion King

The Lion King is one of Disney’s highest grossing films. It’s a favorite among both children and adults alike. I’m sure you’re probably familiar with the story of the young lion cub named Simba, but today’s trivia is about something you might not know about this classic Disney animated film.

When the lions roar throughout The Lion King, you’re not actually hearing a lion. The roars used in the film actually came from tigers! The filmmakers thought the more powerful roar of a tiger was more appropriate for the film, so that’s what they used.

Do you know any other trivia about The Lion King? Share it with us in the comments below!

Thanks to Jodi at Magical Mouse Schoolhouse, Heidi at Heidi’s Head, Mike at My Dreams of Disney, and Jenn at Disney Babies Blog for hosting the Tiggerific Tuesday Trivia blog hop! Click the links below for more great Disney trivia!

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Photo credit: ohhector / Foter / CC BY-NC-ND

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Kimberly's love of Disney began at an early age and grew even more when her family won a Walt Disney World vacation from a local radio station. She grew up visiting the parks every one to two years and is fascinated by Disney history and trivia. Whether at the parks or at home, Kimberly is constantly looking for hidden Mickeys. She enjoys sharing tips and helping others plan their Disney vacations. In addition to Frontierland Station, she can also be found writing for Park World Travel and selecting music for Park World Radio.

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