Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers The GWR Callisto: Our guide to finding every item


The Fish Week scene in Disney Animal Kingdom Explorers on Facebook combines scenes set in the wilderness with those set back in areas of civilization, like the GWR Callisto scene we're exploring today. This scene is comprised mostly of swimming or water themed items, with the occasional animal thrown in as well. We're here with a guide to help you find this scene's many items, so let's get started!

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:

  • Scuba Vest

  • Fish Bowl

  • Wooden Chest

  • Starfish

  • Kayak

  • Treasure Map

Set 2:

  • Octopus

  • Magazine

  • Crab Pot

  • Gold Bars

  • Teaset

  • Airplane

Set 3:

  • Weather Balloon

  • Bolt Cutters

  • Shark Flag

  • Smiley Face

  • Life Vest

  • Crab

Set 4:

  • Birdhouse

  • Seaweed

  • Anemometer

Set 5:

  • Iceberg

  • Scissors

  • Anchor

  • Rubber Duck

  • Hacksaw

  • Saxophone

Set 6:

  • Binoculars

  • Ship-in-a-Bottle

  • Hard Hat

  • Soccer Ball

  • Chain

  • Teddy Bear

Set 7:

  • Mailbox

  • Volcano Eruption

  • Oil Can

  • Oil Boot

Set 8:

  • Telescope

  • Speedboat

  • Heart

  • Weather Vane

  • Dolphins

  • Plankton Collector

Set 9:

  • Fishing Pole

  • Turtle

  • Fishing Glove

  • Rubber Inner Tube

  • Ladder

  • Ship's Wheel

Set 10:

  • Lighthouse

  • Yellow Rope

  • Broom

  • Corkscrew

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

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

What do you think of this GWR Callisto scene? Would you prefer to be searching for more animals than household objects, or do you enjoy these breaks from the difficult animal-searching scenes? Sound off in the comments!