Well that’s the real issue here...Wow, so it's actually completely shutting down.
I just hope/wished they move their animal facilities somewhere else so they can bulldoze it and put something more substantial there. Animal Kingdom needs all the help it can get.
1. Animals are major expensesAwhile back someone in another thread said slowly Animal Kingdom will be less and less about animals and I'm beginning to believe that it's true. Take away a unique and educating experience and replace it with a run-of-the-mill dance party... Is that now the answer to everything?
It’s my way of stating that facts are indisputable.I understand the first two, but 3 went over my head.
There’s just that matter of the entire safari ride and a billion or so bucks of security and a animal control barriers/facilities.Perfect opportunity to move the train to shuttle guest between Animal Kngdom resort and the park!
Can you write up a little description on the qualifications for that title?An insider in the truest sense of the word once hinted the train could become part of a much bigger plan. Seems I remember it could be a resort or a new land. Certainly the train could create a much more immersive experience if they chose that option.
On a scale of 1 to 10, I'm optimistic.
What are you referring to? I see no mention or hint of any issues with Disney's care of animals. They have been widely praised for their efforts .That gives me another good reason to buy a SeaWorld pass. I know that Blackfish was a misstep, but at least someone cares about the animals. The possibility that they are favoring IP and rides over conservation and endangered animals makes me sick. They don't learn from their mistakes, going down the same path as Epcot.
I apologize for the way I phrased it. Despite what it sounds like, I never did think Disney was harming any animals. What I meant was the emphasis on animals in the park is diminishing.What are you referring to? I see no mention or hint of any issues with Disney's care of animals. They have been widely praised for their efforts .
i would guess the hospital will remain and perhaps be part of a backstage tour. My problem was the area took you out of the immersive world DAK surrounds you with. They have so many great options for the available land. Interesting times.I'm going to go against the grain here. I probably wont miss it. It was neat, but nothing spectacular.
I do hate to see the educational portion going away.