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PHOTOS: Right Track Goes Extinct at Primeval Whirl As Demolition Continues at Disney’s Animal Kingdom

Primeval Whirl has been closed officially for over a year now and the demolition is well underway at the attraction in Chester & Hester’s Dino-Rama at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Last week, we saw the façade beginning to be dismantled and the lift hill was taken down at the beginning of the month. Let’s take a look at where the project sits today.

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Being such a large footprint in such a small area of Dinoland, USA means that the construction site can be seen from almost everywhere within Chester & Hester’s Dino-Rama.

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The entrance marquee is surrounded in construction walls. The entire right track is gone now.

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The sign for the ride is still up, though it does look weathered and tired.

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The façade has started to be demolished, with the same jagged edge left as was seen last time we checked in.

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Seating areas occupy some of the surrounding space in the parking lot themed land.

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The entire right track has been demolished, though the material is still piled within the site in places.

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The right side track is all but gone, and the left side track is in progress.

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Much of the construction debris is still littered around the site.

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Some of the decorations remain as construction crews take the entire structure down at one time, rather than pulling it apart piecemeal.

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Construction is ongoing and WDWNT will keep an eye on the project as it progresses. Be sure to check back with us for more on this story as it develops.

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  1. Hate to say it, but I’m happy to see this ride go. Would like to see more rides keeping in character with the area. Maybe a cruise ride like the Jungle Cruise, but with dinosaurs.

  2. I loved that ride. 🥺🥺😢😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭😭

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