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Source: @jswrenn on Twitter

PHOTOS: Goats Arrive at Completed Exhibit on Kilimanjaro Safaris in Disney’s Animal Kingdom

What began as a mysterious building has become a full-fledged goat exhibit on Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s Animal Kingdom, with detailing complete and goats moving into their new home. Before we see the goats, let’s take a look at some of the theming of the exhibit.

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Though the main themed area is next to the safari truck path, the enclosure extends backwards with plenty of space. A few themed barrels sit next to a tree near the back.

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A cooler and case sit on a table next to the truck. There’s an antenna on the side of the building, so safari guides resting inside can get a good signal.

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There was a light on next to the front door. The sign near the truck points to the Ranger Station 5KM ahead.

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There’s a structure near the building with cases and a bench nearby.

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A stone fire-pit is out front, with three flat stones to sit on around it. Next to a tree is a table and bench which would make a great lunch spot for the guides or the goats.

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Finally, some clothes are drying on a clothesline. They’ve rightly placed the clothes out-of-reach of the goats. Speaking of which, the goats arrived the day after we took the above photos. Josh Wrenn on Twitter sent us the pictures below.

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Source: @jswrenn on Twitter

The goats were mostly hiding behind the building. A Cast Member was also present to help them get acclimated to the new environment.

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Source: @jswrenn on Twitter

One goat had already made itself at home on top of the building.

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Source: @jswrenn on Twitter

It looks like the other goats were having fun frolicking across the hill.

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Source: @jswrenn on Twitter

Kilimanjaro Safaris also recently saw changes in its queue with the removal of the Warden Wilson Mutua pre-show video. How do you feel about the updates to this classic Disney’s Animal Kingdom attraction? Let us know in the comments.

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Peter Gugliotta
Peter Gugliotta
9 months ago

Its prettymuch the Greatest Of All Time!

Mike
Mike
9 months ago

Always welcome new animals. Missing the Warden was just part of the times. As the attraction message change, so did the “pre show”. He will be missed high in the sky aboard Simba 1.