Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers Great Barrier Reef: Our guide to finding every item


A new chapter has just launched in Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers on Facebook, with this eighth chapter taking us to Australia. The first scene is set underwater in the Great Barrier Reef, and while this isn't the first time we've looked for items underwater in this game, this is the most crowded underwater scene we've encountered yet! Don't worry though, as we're here with a guide to help you find this scene's many items!

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:

  • School of Clownfish

  • Bottlenose Dolphin

  • Queensland Seahorse

  • Beaked Coralfish

  • Whale Shark

  • Coneshell Snail

Set 2:

  • Sea Urchin

  • Lemon Peel Angelfish

  • Crown of Thorns Starfish

  • Manta Ray

  • Clown Triggerfish

  • Orange Sea Star

Set 3:

  • Queensland Groper

  • Firefish Goby

  • Loggerhead Sea Turtle

  • Box Jellyfish

  • Hammerhead Shark

  • Yellowtail Fusilier

Set 4:

  • Harlequin Turkfish

  • Giant Clam

  • Blenny Fish

  • Olive Sea Snake

Set 5:

  • Lionfish

  • Sand Dollar

  • Red Bass

Set 6:

  • Chambered Nautilus

  • Grey Reef Shark

  • Dugong

Set 7:

  • Tiger Shark

  • Cuttlefish

  • Mandarin Fish

  • Barcheek Trevally

Set 8:

  • Green Sea Turtle

  • Squid

  • Blue Ringed Octopus

  • Oysters

  • Christmas Tree Worm

There are still some items left to find in this scene, as the game generates each set randomly when you enter the scene. We'll make sure to keep playing this scene and will update this space when we find more items to help you out!

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

Do you have enough Reputation Points to be able to access this new Australian chapter, or will you need to work at it for a while? Sound off in the comments!

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