I'm pretty sure this has been discussed on here before, but the threads on it are from quite a few years ago, so hopefully it's okay to start something new! With all of the changes to WDW announced at D23, I've been thinking a lot about what could stand to be replaced...and Dino-Rama is always the first to come to mind. Now that Pandora has really fleshed out the fictional/mythical creatures aspect of the park, it feels like DAK is really coming together (and solidifying the argument that DAK isn't a half-day park). And now more than ever, Dino-Rama just sticks out like a sore thumb. I'm not saying there can't be a children's area with mild rides and games–but the generic carnival-style theming feels so out of place at WDW, especially at DAK where the theming is so much "grittier" and more realistic than your average Disney park. Also, from a personal standpoint, Primeval Whirl is potentially my least favorite ride across the four gates...A wild mouse roller coaster with little to no theming is something I can ride at my local fair in the mall parking lot. Even replacing the entire area with a single, high-quality attraction would feel like a win to me. So all that being said...any ideas as to what might fit in that space? (Putting aside Zootopia, which has been argued to death at this point.) Adding more of an "old world" feel to the area (similar to some of the theming for Jurassic Park at IoA) might make for a more convincing lead-in to DINOSAUR. Some ancient temples or other structures and some foliage would go a long way toward making the area feel more authentic. I'm stumped on what attraction (if any) would work there, though.