Animal Kingdom Update: New African Village (PART 2)

Welcome to PART 2 of our newest Disney's Animal Kingdom photo-report. Click on this link if you are looking for PART 1 of this same update.
In part 1, we checked out the Oasis, Discovery Island (including all the new animal exhibits, shops, and dining locations being refurbished or added), and the entrance area of the future AVATAR-themed land. Let us continue to take a look around Discovery Island and other areas of the park:

Still walking around the queue area for "It's Tough to Be a Bug":

Unfortunately, some areas still have these nets:

The lighting and the Audio-Animatronics of the show itself looked great:

Entering Africa:

The beautiful Harambe Theater District is definitely one of our favorite areas:

...even though the situation becomes a bit problematic every time Guests exit the theater after a show:

Fortunately, things will change soon:

The new side street being built in the heart of Harambe should help in alleviating the crowds in the area. The new shops (and, possibly the new restaurant) will help in dispersing Guests:

A look behind the walls from the Wildlife Express:

Notice the new buildings taking shape in the area:

Some of them are quite large:

We haven't been to Rafiki's Planet Watch in months. It's time to go back:

Rafiki himself: