By TODD MARTENS / LA TIMES

Disneyland’s Jungle Cruise has set sail in the park’s Adventureland area consistently since 1955, and stands today as one of the remaining opening day attractions overseen by Walt Disney himself.

But culture can often move faster than decades-old mechanical hippos.

On Monday, The Walt Disney Co. announced it’s embarking on what many view as a long-overdue course correction for the Jungle Cruise. Numerous changes will be made to make the attraction feel more inclusive and less racially insensitive in its depiction of other cultures.

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