PHOTOS - Nigerian Dwarf Goats join the new Warden Post scene at Kilimanjaro Safaris

Dec 15, 2020 in "Kilimanjaro Safaris"

Nigerian Dwarf Goats at Kilimanjaro Safaris

The new Warden Post scene that has been under construction for the past few months is now home to Nigerian Dwarf Goats.

The scene is setup by the drivers as being a new outpost for the warden to keep a closer eye on the animals, and the goats are part for a small farm in the area.

Originally from Nigeria, the goats are considered to be of high value because of the high protein milk they provide, which is also very sweet.

Click the gallery for more pictures of the completed Warden Post with Nigerian Dwarf Goats at Kilimanjaro Safaris.

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Article Posted: Dec 15, 2020 / 9:32am ET
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gerararJan 11, 2021

Disney posted a TikTok featuring the goat area on Kilimanjaro Safari. It has footage from within the new themed area, along with the names of the goats. Can watch it here: https://m.tiktok.com/v/6916241972428573958.html

MisterPenguinDec 16, 2020

Pet cats: Hold my beer....

Sir_CliffDec 16, 2020

I feel my apartment in The Netherlands is about the size of that jeep, though I would also like more stuff.

MovieloverDec 16, 2020

Well that's one way to do an alarm clock...

MisterPenguinDec 16, 2020

https://www.instagram.com/p/CI1bIW9htFa/

tallicaDec 16, 2020

The fence is part of the theming. It is there to protect the domesticated goats from predation.

techgeekDec 16, 2020

Nahtazu! I'm not very knowledgeable on the layout in this area... Is it possible that the fence is temporary until the goats have acclimated and then they'll be able to roam within a larger animal control zone and interact with the trucks?

UNCgolfDec 16, 2020

I agree that the fence doesn't look great and is a break with the way the rest of the safari works. I actually think it would work better if there were no animals in the enclosure, because then it would look like the fence was supposed to be a barrier to keep animals away from the warden hut rather than something to keep the goats in.

JustInTimeDec 16, 2020

K

JoeCamelDec 16, 2020

"It's a zoo"?

JustInTimeDec 16, 2020

What else do you want me to say?

JoeCamelDec 16, 2020

Wildebeest? I Can see the fence and moat? Colored monkey butt?

JustInTimeDec 16, 2020

Yep. I totally agree. Worse in person.

JustInTimeDec 16, 2020

The area itself just doesn’t look right. The whole point and dream for the safari was that there is an illusion that the animals can walk up to the car (and some can). This ruins that. I guess the Wild Africa Trek already started it down this path....