Disney are removing all references to alligators following the death of a two-year-old boy.
Lane Graves was dragged away from his parents by the gator at the five-star Grand Floridian Resort & Spa in Orlando, Florida.
His dead body was later found ‘intact’, after four alligators were killed and dissected during the 17-hour search of the Seven Seas Lagoon.
Disney are now said to be making changes to remove alligator references from the resort.
Tick Tock, the crocodile from Peter Pan has been given the elbow from the park’s Festival of Fantasy parade.
And Louis, an alligator from The Princess And The Frog has also been dismissed from the Friendship Fairy castle show.
Other references, including tour guides telling jokes about alligators eating children during the Jungle Cruise tour, have also been removed, according to the Miami Herald.
After the toddler’s tragic death, Disney added warning and security to the resort.
Workers were seen installing fencing and signs which read: ‘Beware! There are alligators and snakes in the area.’