A tree fell in Epcot’s ‘Living With the Land.’ (But did anybody hear it?)


Over the weekend, a tree fell in Epcot’s Living with the Land attraction, shutting down the attraction for a few days.

The tree in question was located in the rainforest section of the attraction, and its unclear if it has been repaired or simply removed.

Living with the Land is a venerable classic of Epcot, and one of the few remaining opening day attractions (it debuted in 1982 as Listen to the Land, and included a catchy little tune about a tiny little seed.)

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With so many changes coming to Future World, Living with the Land seems to be remaining untouched… for now.

[Source: WDW Magic, Photo: Disney]

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