ORLANDO, Fla. – Gatorland has temporarily closed in response to the coronavirus pandemic, the attraction announced Tuesday.
- Gatorland temporarily closes amid coronavirus concerns
- Launches daily Facebook Live show called "School of Crocs"
- The show will feature Gatorland's various animals
- RELATED: Gatorland Orlando's Facebook
The "Alligator Capital of the World" is the latest attraction in Central Florida to shutter its doors to help stop the spread to the virus.
Gatorland said it would be monitoring the situation to "determine a reopening date."
In the meantime, the attraction has introduced daily online programming that includes a Facebook Live show called "School of Crocs" and a YouTube segment called "Later Gator."
"School of Crocs" will air live at 10 a.m. every day. During the 20-minute segment, viewers can learn about Gatorland's animals, including alligators.
The "Later Gator" segment will take place at 5 p.m. and include live-action encounters with Gatorland animals.
Watch the first "School of Crocs" video below.
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