Aerial look at the Primeval Whirl construction in Disney’s Animal Kingdom. Again, Thanks to @Bioreconstruct for the Aerial Look at the Primeval Whirl finished demolition. In the above image, you can see they have left 1 building standing for now after the work to remove the track has been finished.
Below you can see the before and after of the track removal. We have no idea what Disney’s plans are for this area yet. We do know the cut-out looks like a new seating area or maybe it is big enough to add a game or food kiosk.
Primeval Whirl was a steel Wild Mouse roller coaster at Disney’s Animal Kingdom at the Walt Disney World Resort. The ride was a spinning roller coaster purchased from Reverchon Industries. The ride was part of Chester and Hester’s Dino-Rama, which is itself part of DinoLand U.S.A.
It was a roller coaster in the “Mild But Wild Thrills” category. It had cars that spun in circles while traveling on tracks, permitting the ride experience to vary greatly each time it is ridden. The ride featured 13 cars, each seating up to 4 riders. Disney demolished the ride in September of 2021