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Conservation Station® Attraction gives guests a behind-the-scenes look at the animals and inner-workings of Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park. The facility includes a rehabilitation area for injured animals, a nursery for newborns and several other educational experiences. You can also learn about the many projects going on at Conservation Station® Attraction. You'll find Conservation Station® Attraction at Rafiki's Planet Watch® Land; in order to get here, you'll have to take to the Wildlife Express Train from Harambe Station in Africa. Vets and other experts will be there to give demonstrations and explain the care, research and food preparation that are part of the day-to-day activities at Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park.
When you take into account the time it takes to board and ride the Wildlife Express Train to Rafiki's Planet Watch® Land, then the time it takes to return, experiencing Conservation Station® Attraction can easily eat up 1 ½ hours. It pays to be inquisitive at Conservation Station® Attraction; you can find out the most interesting information by grilling the attending experts. If you want to catch any of the veterinary procedures, then you should plan on visiting Conservation Station® Attraction in the morning. Tad and Lily enjoy seeing the newborn critters in their incubators and watching the vets work with injured animals in the rehabilitation area. It’s a nice place to cool off after petting the animals at Affection Section next door. If the park is particularly crowded, we may skip it though.
Conservation Station® Attraction is located in Rafiki's Planet Watch® Land at Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park and is only accessible by the Wildlife Express Train from Harambe, Africa. The attraction is self-guided so you can take as much or as little time as you like. To see everything Conservation Station® Attraction has to offer, expect to spend at least 20 minutes.
Source: Undercover Tourist
World-famous animal expert Jane Goodall offered her insight as an advisor during the development of Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park. Conservation Station® Attraction opened with Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park on April 22, 1998.
Don't miss the nearby Affection Section. There are over 200 species of animals - mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, fish and insects - representing more than 1,000 animals at Disney's Animal Kingdom® Theme Park. Observe creatures in their backstage homes via Animal Cam.
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