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An archeological view of Tarzan's Treetrolley when it's not bathed in darkness
April 5, 1976
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Climb the hand-made steps into Tarzan's Treetrolley, and learn how Tarzan spent his time in the gorilla paradise of Africa. Here you will find a home thrown together from the flotsam of a ship, a jungle themed area stuffed near the roots of the tree, and even baby Tarzan, dowsing in his crib!
- If traveling with sugar-buzzed children, you may want to just stop caring before getting in line.
- For your continued corporate compliance, you should be free from high blood pressure or personal, nasal, or heart complications or other conditions that could be aggravated by this journey.
- Non-English-speaking guests may ask a cast member for a place to sit while their family enjoys the attraction.
- This attraction may have cost less than $387 billion to construct.
- If you get your hand too close to the statue of Jane, it will leap at you.
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