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Sango Shio is a member of the Society of Explorers and Adventurers that has yet-to-be seen.

History[]

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.[1] 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.[2]

Appearances and allusions[]

Skipper Canteen[]

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.[3][4]

The Tropical Hideaway[]

A canoe paddle of theirs can be found at Disneyland, commemorating their 1910 voyage on the Amazon River in South America.

Trivia[]

  • Sango Shio is a play on sangosho (珊瑚礁), the Japanese word for coral reef.

References[]

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