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Hidden Treasures: Disney World Unveils New Tangled-themed Scavenger Hunt

You’ve heard of Hidden Mickey, but how about Hidden Pascal? Now you can play a game of hide and seek with Rapunzel’s favorite side-kick at Walt Disney World! Inside Magic Kingdom Park is a newly renovated area that looks exactly like a scene out of Tangled. Lanterns, frying pans, sun flags, and Rapunzel’s Tower adorn this magical corner of the park. It’s also a nice place to sit down, use the restrooms, and recharge your batteries. (Literally — there are charging stations in this area.) The waterfall is definitely a highlight and a great picturesque spot to stop and pose with your family. But you may not know about the hidden game there just waiting to be discovered!

Everyone loves Pascal, Rapunzel’s best friend and comedic pet chameleon in the movie, Tangled. Chameleons are specially made to blend in with their surroundings. It helps to keep them safe from predators. They can change colors to match the atmosphere that they are in, making them very hard to spot. Disney played off of their ninja hiding skills and placed 10 (from what we were told by a Cast Member) chameleons throughout the Tangled rest area. This is a great scavenger hunt for children and adults alike. Play this fun game of finding Pascal and his chameleon buddies, with these far away and close up photos in this gallery. It’s not as easy as it sounds. Those lizards sure know how to hide!

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