More new props have been added to the queue of Jungle Cruise at Magic Kingdom. As part of the ongoing cultural sensitivity changes, the skipper office in the queue was recently completely restocked. More references to the Society of Explorers and Adventurers (S.E.A.) have also cropped up.
As we noted yesterday, there’s a plethora of fresh fruit at the beginning of the queue.
A workbench can be found near some cages.
One cage has been knocked over, and whatever was inside is gone.
The workbench has a couple plants that resemble venus flytraps, along with a journal and gardening supplies.
Another cage holds a larger version of the deadly plants.
This one seems ready to break out.
In the office, we took a closer look at some of the most interesting props.
At the loading dock, there are more S.E.A. crates.
S.E.A. originated at Tokyo DisneySea, but has spread to other Disney Parks around the world. Hightower Industries references Harrison Hightower III of Tokyo DisneySea’s Tower of Terror.
There’s also a box of beekeeping supplies.
This box is being shipped to Mystic Point, a land in Hong Kong Disneyland known for Mystic Manor, a Haunted Mansion-like attraction that also revolves around S.E.A.
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