<p>Frequent <a rel="noopener noreferrer" href=" target="_blank">Disney park visitors</a>—and even those who've only visited once or twice—will remember Splash Mountain. Splash Mountain was first introduced at Disneyland in 1989, and then at Disney World in 1992. While the Tokyo ride is still up and running, Splash Mountain at both U.S. Disney parks closed earlier this year, after a petition to change the ride's theme <a rel="noopener noreferrer external nofollow" href=" target="_blank">went viral</a> in 2020, <em>USA Today </em>reported. The flume ride was inspired by the 1946 Disney Film <em>Song of the South</em>, which has been criticized for perpetuating racist stereotypes. But although Disney did away with the animatronic characters and other images associated
with <em>Song of the South</em>, one character has now been spotted at Disneyland again. Read on to find out more about Br'er Fox's return.</p>
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