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Animal Kingdom Dino area

Push the Talking Trash Can (VIDEO)

Push the Talking Trash Can (VIDEO)

Does Monsters University have cool trash cans? Maybe it’s time you transfer to Disney University!

Does Monsters University have cool trash cans? Maybe it’s time you transfer to Disney University!

This Discovery Island can was actually spotted in the area around River Country back in 2005. This was 4 years after the water park was closed and 6 years after the loss of Discovery Island.

This Discovery Island can was actually spotted in the area around River Country back in 2005. This was 4 years after the water park was closed and 6 years after the loss of Discovery Island.

“N” stands for Nemo… but not that animated clown fish that keeps needing to be found. We’re talking Captain Nemo at Tokyo DisneySea’s Mysterious Island!

“N” stands for Nemo… but not that animated clown fish that keeps needing to be found. We’re talking Captain Nemo at Tokyo DisneySea’s Mysterious Island!

Disney Hollywood Studios Trash Cans {www.thedisneykids.com} #DisneyWorld #HollywoodStudios #DisneyTrashCans

Disney Hollywood Studios Trash Cans

Disney Hollywood Studios Trash Cans {www.thedisneykids.com} #DisneyWorld #HollywoodStudios #DisneyTrashCans

This Conch Flats trash can pays tribute to the founding date of the Old Key West Resort by denoting “1991” in the logo.

This Conch Flats trash can pays tribute to the founding date of the Old Key West Resort by denoting “1991” in the logo.

Cool blue literally sets the tone on the Star Tours trash cans at Tokyo Disneyland.

Cool blue literally sets the tone on the Star Tours trash cans at Tokyo Disneyland.

Here is the previous design that appeared on the Hollywood Pictures Backlot

Here is the previous design that appeared on the Hollywood Pictures Backlot

It’s a “double wide” trash/recycling can combo on Disney’s BoardWalk. Typically, you see garbage and recycling cans side-by-side; it’s not often you see them joined as a single unit.

It’s a “double wide” trash/recycling can combo on Disney’s BoardWalk. Typically, you see garbage and recycling cans side-by-side; it’s not often you see them joined as a single unit.

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