• On Jan 4, 2017
    Bonnie from MA Asked Note: This answer was provided prior to the change to planDisney and may still contain references to Disney Parks Moms Panel.

    Experiences, policies, pricing and other offerings are subject to change and may have changed since the date of this answer.

    Is the Two-Toed Sloth still found in the Oasis exhibit at Animal Kingdom? I am traveling with someone who loves sloths! Thanks!

    Hello, Bonnie!

    Thanks for reaching out to us here at the Disney Parks Moms Panel! Disney's Animal Kingdom is such an amazing Park and my family just loves to spend time in as many areas as possible also, seeing as many creatures of all sizes and varieties as we can!

    Two-toed sloths are adorable, easy to love! Unfortunately, at this time the Two-toed sloths are no longer at Animal KIngdom's Oasis exhibit, I am sorry to tell you. The only good news for you is that it should speed up the lines there in Oasis though (sloth humor haha)! 

    The great news is that there are many other amazing animals all over Animal KIngdom and I hope that your sloth lover will still be entertained! A wonderful new addition to the Disney family is new little Stella, a female elephant calf born to Donna. For other up-close animal experiences, may I recommend Flights of Wonder and the Maharajah Jungle Trek? You might get the opportunity to see some really neat animals extremely close! 

    Hope that you have a magical trip! 

    -Jan K. 
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Meet the Panelist: Jan, New Jersey

Hello there, Mouseketeers! I am a mother of three and live with my beautiful wife in New Jersey! I spent many years as a Registered Nurse in a pediatric intensive care unit, and I am now a professor of Nursing. I volunteer in my community and I enjoy taking my children here, there, and everywhere. I love to help my friends and family plan their Walt Disney World Resort vacations and I'm thrilled to be a planDisney Panelist to do just that! Learn More About Jan

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