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PHOTOS: All DINOSAUR Attraction Merchandise Removed from Disney’s Animal Kingdom

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This is definitely not our dino… merchandise. All merchandise for the DINOSAUR attraction has been removed from Dinoland U.S.A. in Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

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DINOSAUR is one of many attractions that exits directly into a gift shop, but guests currently won’t be able to find any souvenirs for the ride they just rode.

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All of the DINOSAUR merch has been replaced with more generic Disney items.

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Puppets, rubber dinosaur “plush”, a remote-control car, and more were previously available, all branded to DINOSAUR.

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Guests can still find some dinosaur toys and apparel that aren’t branded to the attraction.

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Over in Chester and Hester’s Dinosaur Treasures, you won’t find any treasures related to dinosaurs at all. Cast members told us they were “sold out” of dinosaur-related items, but it’s hard to believe there was suddenly a run on dino items.

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How do you feel about this sudden lack of dinos in DinoLand? Let us know in the comments.

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Dustin Bollnow
Dustin Bollnow
1 month ago

Unacceptable! What’s Dinoland USA and Dinosaur without their merchandise?

Judy
Judy
1 month ago
Reply to  Dustin Bollnow

I’m so done with Disney!! They too have joined the”cancel culture” and if dinosaurs are sexist, racist, subversive or whatever nonsense they are trying g to peddle they can keep it all and I can only wish there are others who are fed up to! Coke, Disney, Delta and all other would be “climb on the train” wokesters
Can all go whistle!

Jim.Smith@hotmail.com
1 month ago
Reply to  Judy

😹👉U!!!

Robert
Robert
1 month ago
Reply to  Judy

And do you have any proof that this is “cancel culture”? Or is it just you not actually being oppressed again?

Jax
Jax
1 month ago
Reply to  Judy

Stop using terms you don’t fully understand how to use. Youve made some major assumptions and threw around a term like someone without a mind. It’s Disney, they could be making room for something else, yet you want to claim “cancle culture” without substantiation? Give us a break

Lora c Simpson
Lora c Simpson
1 month ago
Reply to  Dustin Bollnow

Right??? Disappointing 😞

rob marshall
rob marshall
1 month ago
Reply to  Dustin Bollnow

Sounds like Disney is preparing to 86 those attractions for something new…

Chelsea
1 month ago

A little bizarre. Some suggest Dinoland will shut down? Hard to believe, but Disney has been quite unpredictable lately.. so maybe not that hard to believe lol 😧

Edward Ebeling
Edward Ebeling
1 month ago
Reply to  Chelsea

Not sure about being “unpredictable”, but they have definitely lacked transparency.

Karen
1 month ago
Reply to  Edward Ebeling

Thats so sad. That’s one of my fave parts of Animal Kingdom

beautiful gorgeous
1 month ago

Sounds like Disney may be changing the theme of the Dinosaur ride or there may be a rumor of the change (people buying up everything). Perhaps, dinosaurs are not selling. Perhaps, Disney is having trouble getting their latest shipment of dinosaur toys from Asia.
Who knows?

Sleipnir
Sleipnir
1 month ago

What’s the point of removing the items? Makes no sense

KenG
KenG
1 month ago

My only guess is are they going to be closing the Dinosuar ride and eventually get rid of the whole “Dinoland” theme and re-do the whole area. Perhaps with the new Indy movie coming out, and the fact that the ride is the exact layout and ride system as Disneyland’s Indy attraction maybe they are going in that direction.
But even if that were true it would take a long time. So why would Disney have merch that they already paid for not sell it? Makes no sense…but lately that seems to be the case at Disney parks.

Chad
Chad
1 month ago

It will be rethemed to wakanda

Not a Sheep
Not a Sheep
1 month ago

Disney must be pandering to the dinosaur or trans-dinosaur lobby.

Jax
Jax
1 month ago
Reply to  Not a Sheep

Name says “Not a sheep” but saying things like societal sheep.

Justyn
Justyn
1 month ago
Reply to  Not a Sheep

What’s it like, being so full of hatred that you feel the need to spew it unnecessarily into unrelated subjects? Must be miserable.

JustJessee
JustJessee
1 month ago
Reply to  Not a Sheep

It is unfortunate that you’re so personally offended at the temporary unavailability of Dinosaur the movie related merchandise.

Paul
Paul
1 month ago

Perfect. It’s too dark in the ride to actually see any dinosaurs and now there’s no dinosaurs to see when you exit the ride.

Reminds of Ian’ Malcolm’s phrase in JP:
“Now eventually you might have dinosaurs on your, on your dinosaur tour, right? Hello? yes?”

Kim
Kim
1 month ago
Reply to  Paul

🤣🤣🤣

Michael Faussett
Michael Faussett
1 month ago

While i feel that maybe a sign that Disney world is thinking about getting rid of the Dinosaurs ride in Animal Kingdom hope not. So Disney World please bring back the Disney dinosaur merchandise in the ride store.

Robert
Robert
1 month ago

Would be nice if it were the beginning of the end for Dinoland! But I imagine they’ll probably be good with it limping along for another 5 years.

Brent
Brent
1 month ago
Reply to  Robert

Dinoland needs to go. Waste of space!

Michael J. Arnold
Michael J. Arnold
1 month ago
Reply to  Brent

Bugger Off! Dinosaur is my 2nd favorite ride at Animal Kingdom. You don’t like it, so everyone should suffer? Selfish prig!

Kam52
Kam52
1 month ago

Get over yourself!

Tammy wright
Tammy wright
1 month ago
Reply to  Robert

Kids love dinosaurs!! The Earth at Epcot teaches us how they were once here!! When u go to the museum and see the bones. It takes your breath away!!

Nancy R Harpe
Nancy R Harpe
1 month ago

How are dinosaurs racist!

kio
kio
1 month ago
Reply to  Nancy R Harpe

No one said they are… what are you talking about?

Jess
Jess
1 month ago
Reply to  kio

They’re referring to an earlier comment. Someone mentioned that they’re racist now but I think they are being sarcastic.

Victoria Tolivar
Victoria Tolivar
1 month ago

That sucks!!! New dinosaur merchandise in the DinoLand of Animal Kingdom, that’s almost as bad as no more Splash Mountain merchandise when you go into the Briar Patch gift shop!! We need dinosaur merchandise in the DinoLand just as much as we need Splash Mountain merchandise in the Splash Mountain gift shop!!! Also Save Splash Mountain!! Please don’t let it changed or be re-themed. Just expand the park and add a Princess and the Frog attraction!!!

Bonnie E Murrell
Bonnie E Murrell
1 month ago

Absolutely!!

Kathy
1 month ago

Exactly, well stated!!! Enough of the greedy doings!

Kaylee McConnell
Kaylee McConnell
1 month ago

I guess dinosaurs are somehow racist!!!

Jonathan S
Jonathan S
1 month ago

Idiot! Pray for brains my dear.

kio
kio
1 month ago

You’re making that assumption based on literally nothing. If the ride is going away (which we don’t know) it could be that they feel its outdated or have a new idea. Why think their reason must be something that makes no logical sense without evidence that that plays any part in this what soever?

Jess
Jess
1 month ago
Reply to  kio

Actually I remember reading something about them wanting to mess with Splash Mountain because of ties to Song of the South.

SinCityAngel
SinCityAngel
1 month ago
Reply to  Jess

And that’s NOT the ride this article mentions many times, is it??

SinCityAngel
SinCityAngel
1 month ago

Please seek professional mental help.

Doug
Doug
1 month ago

Makes me wonder if that dinoland re-theme is actually coming. Wonder what they will do?

Chuck clement
1 month ago
Reply to  Doug

Maybe journey to the center of the earth?

C Jones
C Jones
1 month ago

I’m so sick of Disney making all these ridiculous changes, why make it less magical than it’s supposed to be? People are supposed to have an amazing experience being fully immersed in the park, why cheapen it??? Bring back the old Disney I’m sick of the new one.

Brenda Goodman
Brenda Goodman
1 month ago
Reply to  C Jones

I’m really upset about all the changes! We, our children and now grandchildren loved Disney world. Made many many trips there. My granddaughter requested we go again in October. 🤔

sheri
sheri
1 month ago
Reply to  C Jones

I am totally with you on this. I no longer want to go to any of the Disney theme parks. Totally done with them.

MarkR
MarkR
1 month ago
Reply to  sheri

Wow, you do realize that the Disney you know and loved is not the Disney of 40+ years ago, right? It has always changed and we always miss the old rides. Rides become old and maintenance nightmares or are simply outdated. I have a lot of memories of the old WDW that my kids never got to see, but they still love the Disney of today.

Tammy wright
Tammy wright
1 month ago
Reply to  C Jones

Yes i spent my Honeymoon at walt disney hotel. It was awesome in 1983. I was in a world within a world. So magic al. We pay good $ to be in that world. ❤

kio
kio
1 month ago
Reply to  C Jones

Why are changes autimatically less magical. We don’t even know what they’re doing yet. Also they rrally could just be out of stuff given the pandemic. If not though why assume what what they come up with must be terrible with literally 0 information.

Tolby
Tolby
1 month ago
Reply to  kio

Get a clue Kio ! I lived by Disner world 30 years and all the politically correct changes make me sick ! If Walt came back today he would kick the board of directors asses !

JustJessee
JustJessee
1 month ago
Reply to  Tolby

Yeah, it’s truly sickening to attempt to ensure your product isn’t offensive to certain customers. I mean, really. Disgusting. They should do everything they can to make every attraction as realistic, period appropriate, and gruelingly “that’s how it was back then” racist and offensive as possible. Either suck it up and not be offended or not go, amirite?

/s

You’re getting angry over Dinosaur the movie merchandise availability, you get that right?

Emily
Emily
1 month ago
Reply to  kio

This ‘new’ Disney was taking construction shortcuts while doing crane lifts for Marvel land that put my family in danger. I am definitely not a fan of this new Disney, definitely less magical, all about their PR image and chasing the almighty dollar now. This is NOT Walt’s dream.

Toxic Disney Man
Toxic Disney Man
1 month ago
Reply to  C Jones

Cry more

Jerry
Jerry
1 month ago
Reply to  C Jones

I agree 100% plus over pricing themselves

Amanda O'Leary
Amanda O'Leary
1 month ago
Reply to  C Jones

Walt himself said “Disneyland will never be completed. It will continue to grow as long as there is imagination left in the world.” It seems as if your wish for constancy is directly contradictory of Uncle Walt’s vision for these parks.

Rob
Rob
1 month ago

Disneyworld is becoming more and more of a 6 flags than what Disney should be. Its sad.

Aidan
Aidan
1 month ago
Reply to  Rob

Six Flags is honestly better at branding stores at this point. Every store in Disney is the same crap

Mary Buchanan
Mary Buchanan
1 month ago

Why are the dino items being removed? That is a TOP SELLER FOR ANY CHILD!!!! WHAT ARE THEY THINKING?IF YOU TAKE AWAY THAT YOU MIGHT AS WELL GET RID OF THE PARKS MAKES AS MUCH SENSE!!!! ESPECIALLY TO A CHILD WHO LOVES DISNEY PARKS AND DINOS TOO!!! DASHING THE DREAMS OF A CHILD WAS NOT WALT’S IDEAL DREAM . WAS IT?
THINK BEFORE ACTING…. ASK BEFORE DOING…..

Karen Porter
Karen Porter
1 month ago

This is very perplexing. What are you planning, Disney? Is Dinoland USA completely going away soon, possibly? Is there an issue because of Jurassic Park/World over at Universal? I could understand updating the land, but we know Dinosaur itself is a pretty popular attraction, so I’m just very confused by this discovery.

Devon Hanley
Devon Hanley
1 month ago

As long as this doesn’t mean they’re quietly getting rid of the ride…

David M. Keiser
David M. Keiser
1 month ago

Obviously the woke Dinosaur mafia found it offensive to all prehistoric creatures who feel oppressed by the capitalistic regime.

Jerry muldoon
Jerry muldoon
1 month ago

Perfect response!