Welcome to the second part of this new Disney's Animal Kingdom photo-report, Orlando Theme Park News Readers. PART 1 can be found by clicking here.
As you have seen in the previous pictures, a lot of work is taking place around Discovery Island, as most of the area's kiosks, restaurants, shops, and exhibits continue to be refreshed. In addition to that, work continues to be done in Africa, specifically in the Savanna (at Kilimanjaro Safaris). Let's continue our tour.

Welcome to Harambe:

It appears that the speakers next to the stage received new, themed covers:

Let's ride the Kilimanjaro Safaris together, shall we?:

The Savanna:

The new area reserved for the hyenas:

Temporary walls have been installed around the elephant exhibit:

It really feels like being in Africa:

We were able to spot not one, not two, but three lions this time around:

Entering the Harambe Market:

Moving on:

Work continues behind the Tree of Life:

Flights of Wonders will close soon to allow the replacement of the theater's roof:


Kali River Rapids and the nearby Maharajah Jungle Trek are both currently closed for refurbishment:

The new Thirsty River Bar:


The pathway to bypass DinoLand U.S.A. has reopened:

Just in case:


The animated dinosaurs are not working again. The ride just received a quite long refurbishment...

On the other hand, DINOSAUR still looks great:

New lights have been installed below the DinoLand/Discovery Island entrance arch:

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