At this past weekend's D23 Expo in Anaheim, Disney revealed new information regarding some previously announced projects at Animal Kingdom. Many deal with the Avatar land which is due to open in 2017, but of interest to those frequenting this forum are a few pieces of new information regarding the upcoming "night safari" extension to the existing Kilimanjaro Safari. For those who had not heard, in an attempt to make DAK a full-day park and extend operating hours, Disney has announced that, in addition to the Avatar land and a new night show "Rivers of Light" (opening 2016) there will be a special night version of the Kilimanjaro Safari ride/exhibit. It has now been confirmed that spotted hyenas and African wild dogs will be species added to the attraction (not clear as to whether or not these species will only be visible on night safaris) and that new lighting is being added to make the exhibit look like sunset on safari. The announcement suggests that contrary to some earlier rumors/guesses, there appears to be no (or very little) new "track" to be added for the new experience and very little substantive change to the animal collection of this section. Currently, there are certain parts of the safari area where construction is currently visible, probably where exhibits for the two new species will be added.