Visitors should expect long lines to get into the park and lengthy wait times for the park’s shuttle service.
Colton Poore is an AAAS Mass Media fellow covering science, technology and the environment. He has a research background in ecology, paleontology and the social sciences. In the past, he has written for his university's research communications office. He graduated with a Master's degree in Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from Iowa State University and holds an undergraduate degree in Biology and English from Cornell University.
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