Next time you find yourself on Kilimanjaro Safaris at Disney’s Animal Kingdom Theme Park, make sure to look out for Nigerian dwarf goats. They were recently added to the Warden’s outpost which is a new section created near the end of the safari. We took some photos during our visit.

  • The Nigerian dwarf goats first entered the United States from West Africa in the early 20th century and are known for their sweet-tasting milk that is high in butterfat.
  • This adds to the story of Kilimanjaro Safaris via Disney Parks Blog: “With the Warden’s outpost being on the edge of the reserve, this shared land is managed in a way that helps protect local wildlife so both the animals and humans can live near each other in harmony.”
  • And if you suddenly get in the mood to pet some goats, the Affection Section at Rafiki’s Planet Watch has recently re-opened.
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