Siamang and Gibbon Exhibit

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Type
Animal Exhibit
Level
A - Diversion
Status
Opened
Fastpass
None

ABOUT

Overlooking the Village of Anandapur are multiple shrines which siamangs and white-cheeked gibbons call home. The shrines are on separate islands and are connected by rope bridges that can only be traversed by the animals that live there. These shrines and the animals that inhabit them can be seen throughout the Village of Anandapur. The gibbons are typically on the shrine located closest to Maharajah Jungle Trek and Kali River Rapids. The siamangs are typically located on the shrine closest to the Discovery River and main path.

STORY

The siamangs are typically found in the temple closest to the main path while the white-cheeked gibbons ar typically found in the temple closest to Kali River Rapids.

DISNEY DESCRIPTION

Signage at different viewing areas reads.

Siamangs:

Please be respectful of our local wildlife

These revered apes called siamangs often travel to the river, stopping to rest and groom at these shrines.

Many forest animals share our village with us and are welcome and free to do so.

Gibbons:

Please be respectful of our local wildlife

Many forest animals share our village with us and are welcome and free to do so.

Forest gibbons often travel to the river stopping to rest or feed at these shrines, where gifts of food have been left for them.

APPEALS TO

This attraction appeals to guests of all ages, especially animal lovers.

TIMES GUIDE - OPENING/CLOSING

This attraction opens with the park and typically closes at dusk.

The animals may go into their night houses earlier than the closing time for the park when there is an early sunset. On these days, refer to the time guide or in park signage for the closing time. Signage exists near Gorilla Falls Exploration Trail and Maharajah Jungle Trek indicating the closing time for those attractions. Most other animal enclosures will close at around the same time with the exception of Kilimanjaro Safaris which remains open later.

PHOTO GALLERIES


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