Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers Kodiak: Our guide to finding every item

The latest scene in Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers - Kodiak - is incredibly lovely, combining both land-based and underwater critters via its split view of both habitats. You'll be able to find mammals and birds above the water, while fish and crabs await in the river. Since the variety of animals here is extremely high, make sure to use those animal specific hints if you have stuck figuring out one bird or fish from the next. Of course, we're also here with a guide to help you get started on doing just that.

Note: The items you'll receive will just be a selection of all of those pictured below. If you're looking to find a particular item: Hit Ctrl +F (or Command + F if on a Mac) and type in the name of the object you're looking for. This will take you directly to its image.

Set 1:

  • Red Knot Bird

  • Emperor Goose

  • Yellow-billed Loon

  • Harlequin Duck

  • Kodiak Bear

  • Moose

Set 2:

  • Starfish

  • Columbia Spotted Frog

  • American Mink

  • Yelloweye Rockfish

  • King Crab

  • River Otter

Set 3:

  • Rough-legged Hawk

  • Bald Eagle

  • Snowshoe Hare

  • Leatherback Sea Turtle

  • Stoat

  • Bison

Set 4:

  • Roosevelt Elk

  • Mountain Lion

  • Fireweed Flower

  • Canada Lynx

Set 5:

  • Beaver

  • Red Fox

  • Arctic Tern

  • Pine Marten

  • Trumpeter Swan

  • Mountain Goat

Set 6:

  • Halibut

  • Stika Deer

  • Razor Clam

  • Barren Ground Shrew

Set 7:

  • Red Sea Cucumber

  • Little Brown Bat

  • Dall Sheep

Set 8:

  • Rainbow Trout

  • Chinook Salmon

  • Salmonberry

  • Wood Frog

There are still some animals available to find in the scene above that aren't pictured in our guide (like the butterfly at the left), but that's because the game generates each set of necessary items randomly. We'll make sure to keep playing this scene and will update this space when we've found more animals to help you out. Stay tuned!

Check out the rest of our Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers cheats and tips right here.

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