Sango Shio is a member of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers that has yet-to-be seen.
Sango Shio was a senior-member of S.E.A. during the late 19th-early 20th centuries. They were a senior member of the society, having signed a Certificate of Official Discovery given to Dr. Albert Falls for his discovery of the flooded Cambodian Shrine in the Lost Delta on June 5, 1888. Unlike most members of the society, Sango's fez had a leopard-print. In 1910 he went on a river expedition along the Amazon River during which time he was seemingly attacked by piranhas which gnawed at his oar.
Appearances and allusions
Their Society fez can be found in the S.E.A. meeting room at the Magic Kingdom. They signed a Certificate of Official Discovery given to Dr. Albert Falls for his discovery of the Ancient Cambodian Shrine on June 5, 1888. They also have a book called Discovery of the South Seas and another titled Beneath the Island.
A canoe paddle of theirs can be found at Disneyland, commemorating their 1910 voyage on the Amazon River in South America.
- Sango Shio is a play on sangosho (珊瑚礁), the Japanese word for coral reef.