ORLANDO, Fla. (CBS News) — Walt Disney World is making some changes in the wake of an alligator attack that killed a 2-year old boy at one of the company’s resorts, reports CBS Miami.
According to the Sun-Sentinel, “No fishing” signs have been added to areas including Saratoga Springs Resort & Spa, the Fort Wilderness campground and Old Key West Resort.
Beaches are now staffed by employees and are closed at night except during fireworks shows.
In addition, jokes about crocodiles eating children have been dropped from the Jungle Cruise and Kilimanjaro Safari.
Luis the alligator – from the Disney film “The Princes and the Frog” — has been dropped. The alligator was supposed to appear in the new castle show. Tic-Toc The Croc – from the Disney film “Peter Pan” — was pulled from a parade.
The death of 2-year old Lane Graves, from Nebraska, prompted the changes.
He died after a crocodile dragged him off into the Seven Seas Lagoon at Disney’s Grand Floridian Resort & Spa on June 14. His body was recovered a day later.
A Disney spokesman said the processes and procedures for the entire property remain under review.