Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail

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Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail
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Formerly known as Pangani Forest Exploration Trail from August 1998-May 2016
Disney's Animal Kingdom
Area Africa
Coordinates 28°21′36.97″N 81°35′31.72″W / 28.3602694°N 81.5921444°W / 28.3602694; -81.5921444Coordinates: 28°21′36.97″N 81°35′31.72″W / 28.3602694°N 81.5921444°W / 28.3602694; -81.5921444
Status Operating
Opening date April 22, 1998
General statistics
Attraction type Trail
Designer Walt Disney Imagineering
Theme African Rainforest
Stations 2
Animals Primates
Animal Viewing Locations 4
Observing Stations 3
Main animal Western lowland gorilla
Other animals Black and white colobus monkey, meerkat, yellow-backed duiker, okapi, birds, gerenuk
Handicapped/disabled access Wheelchair accessible

The Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail (formerly known as Pangani Forest Exploration Trail from August 1998 to May 2016) is a walkway next to Kilimanjaro Safaris at the Disney's Animal Kingdom in the Walt Disney World Resort, Florida, from which visitors can see African animals. It is about three-eighths of a mile in length. There are "research students" positioned at most locations to give information about the animals and answer questions.

The attraction originally opened on April 22, 1998 as Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail, but the name was changed to Pangani Forest Exploration Trail in August 1998.[1] The attraction reverted back to its original name on May 27, 2016. [2]

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  1. ^ "Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail". WDWHistory.com. Retrieved April 21, 2009. 
  2. ^ "Pangani Forest Exploration Trail at Animal Kingdom Getting a New Name 5/27, More Announcements Tomorrow". WDW News Today. May 19, 2016. Retrieved October 19, 2017. 

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