Primeval Whirl at Disney’s Animal Kingdom is almost completely gone over a year after it was permanently closed.
When we last visited the extinct attraction, much of the left track still remained. Now the attraction is mostly leveled.
Pieces of the attraction and construction vehicles are visible through the green scrim.
A themed railing remains just on the other side of the scrim.
One section of ramp remains at a corner of the construction site.
While the left side is covered in rubble, the right side is now mostly clear concrete ground.
The track has been entirely dismantled.
The entrance and sign for the attraction remain, with construction walls in front of it.
The front façade is completely gone.
On the other side of the entrance, there is some more scrim blocking the last remaining section of the queue.
Carnival lights still hang from the railings.
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