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New “Roots” Revealed At Animal Kingdom!

The Disney Parks Blog is reporting brand new “Roots” for the Tree of Life In Disney’s Animal Kingdom.

 Quoting from the blog

Construction walls were just removed early this morning to reveal how the tree’s roots have expanded into the central hub area.

Within those roots, guests will discover carvings of new animals that make up the circle of life, from tiny bugs to large crocodiles and more.

In addition to offering guests a wonderful view of The Tree of Life, the expanded roots will also offer a widened walkway for guests visiting Discovery Island.

The Tree of Life originally debuted as the park’s icon at the park’s opening in 1998, after 12 months of construction. The 145-foot tall structure is covered in more than 103,000 leaves and originally featured more than 325 animal carvings.

These are just the beginning of major enhancements to Disney’s forth Orlando theme park.

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In addition to a new land and new attractions, Imagineers are planning new entertainment for Disney’s Animal Kingdom, including a first-ever night time show for the park. The show will include ” live music, floating lanterns, water screens and swirling animal imagery.” Kilimanjaro Safari will also stay open later and offer a special night time version of the attraction.  Along with the simulator based flight attraction, concept art also shows a boat ride.

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About Rick Killingsworth

Rick visited the Magic Kingdom in 1971 for the first Christmas parade in their history. At nine years old, he was bitten by the Disney Bug. He can still remember the sights, the smells, and the sounds. It truly was magical. It would be twenty years before he could afford to take his young family back to “The World.” It was the vacation of a lifetime, and they have been fortunate to go hundreds of times since. His daughters, now grown, still tear up when they see the castle (as does he).