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* BatOutOfHell: The first monsters encountered during the ride are a flock of bat-like creatures.


* EverybodyLives: All of the Eighth Wonder Expedition members are shown or are said to have survived at the end of the ride.

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* EverybodyLives: All of the Eighth Wonder Expedition members are shown or are said to have survived at the end of the ride. The only ones dying are the monsters that attack the guests.


''Skull Island: Reign of Kong'' is a 3-D simulator/dark ride hybrid attraction that can be found at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]]. The attraction is an expanded version of the ''King Kong 360'' sequence that can be found on Universal Studios Hollywood's tram tour. At the same time, the attraction also serves as somewhat of a successor to the original ''Ride/{{Kongfrontation}}'' ride that was located at the neighboring park, Universal Studios Florida.

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''Skull Island: Reign of Kong'' is a 3-D simulator/dark ride hybrid attraction that can be found at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]]. The attraction is an expanded version of the ''King Kong 360'' sequence that can be found on Universal Studios Hollywood's [[Ride/StudioTour tram tour.tour]]. At the same time, the attraction also serves as somewhat of a successor to the original ''Ride/{{Kongfrontation}}'' ride that was located at the neighboring park, Universal Studios Florida.


Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, this ride is ''not'' based on ''Film/KongSkullIsland'', but rather on ''Film/KingKong2005''.

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Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, this ride is ''not'' based on ''Film/KongSkullIsland'', but rather on ''Film/KingKong2005''.
[[Film/KingKong2005 the 2005 film]].


Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, this ride is ''not'' based on ''[[Film/KongSkullIsland]]'', but rather on ''[[Film/KingKong2005]]''.

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Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, this ride is ''not'' based on ''[[Film/KongSkullIsland]]'', ''Film/KongSkullIsland'', but rather on ''[[Film/KingKong2005]]''.
''Film/KingKong2005''.


Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, this ride is ''not'' based on [[Film/KongSkullIsland]], but rather on [[Film/KingKong2005]].

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Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, this ride is ''not'' based on [[Film/KongSkullIsland]], ''[[Film/KongSkullIsland]]'', but rather on [[Film/KingKong2005]].
''[[Film/KingKong2005]]''.


Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, is based on [[Film/KingKong2005 King Kong the 2005 King Kong film]], ''not'' [[Film/KongSkullIsland the 2017 one]].

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Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, this ride is based on [[Film/KingKong2005 King Kong the 2005 King Kong film]], ''not'' [[Film/KongSkullIsland the 2017 one]].
based on [[Film/KongSkullIsland]], but rather on [[Film/KingKong2005]].


''Skull Island: Reign of Kong'' is a 3-D simulator/dark ride hybrid attraction that can be found at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]]. Loosely based on the 2005 remake of ''[[Film/KingKong2005 King Kong]]'', the attraction is an expanded version of the ''King Kong 360'' sequence that can be found on Universal Studios Hollywood's tram tour. At the same time, the attraction also serves as somewhat of a successor to the original ''Ride/{{Kongfrontation}}'' ride that was located at the neighboring park, Universal Studios Florida.

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''Skull Island: Reign of Kong'' is a 3-D simulator/dark ride hybrid attraction that can be found at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]]. Loosely based on the 2005 remake of ''[[Film/KingKong2005 King Kong]]'', the The attraction is an expanded version of the ''King Kong 360'' sequence that can be found on Universal Studios Hollywood's tram tour. At the same time, the attraction also serves as somewhat of a successor to the original ''Ride/{{Kongfrontation}}'' ride that was located at the neighboring park, Universal Studios Florida.



Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, the ride [[IThoughtThatWas has no relation]] to the 2017 ''Film/KongSkullIsland'' film.

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Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, is based on [[Film/KingKong2005 King Kong the ride [[IThoughtThatWas has no relation]] to 2005 King Kong film]], ''not'' [[Film/KongSkullIsland the 2017 ''Film/KongSkullIsland'' film.
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''Skull Island: Reign of Kong'' is a 3-D simulator/dark ride hybrid attraction that can be found at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]]. Based on the 2005 remake of ''[[Film/KingKong2005 King Kong]]'', the attraction is an expanded version of the ''King Kong 360'' sequence that can be found on Universal Studios Hollywood's tram tour. At the same time, the attraction also serves as somewhat of a successor to the original ''Ride/{{Kongfrontation}}'' ride that was located at the neighboring park, Universal Studios Florida.

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''Skull Island: Reign of Kong'' is a 3-D simulator/dark ride hybrid attraction that can be found at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]]. Based Loosely based on the 2005 remake of ''[[Film/KingKong2005 King Kong]]'', the attraction is an expanded version of the ''King Kong 360'' sequence that can be found on Universal Studios Hollywood's tram tour. At the same time, the attraction also serves as somewhat of a successor to the original ''Ride/{{Kongfrontation}}'' ride that was located at the neighboring park, Universal Studios Florida.


Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, the ride [[IThoughtThatWas has no relation]] to the 2017 ''[[Film/SkullIsland Kong: Skull Island]]'' film.

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Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, the ride [[IThoughtThatWas has no relation]] to the 2017 ''[[Film/SkullIsland Kong: Skull Island]]'' ''Film/KongSkullIsland'' film.

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Despite it having a very similar-sounding title and opening just months before its release, the ride [[IThoughtThatWas has no relation]] to the 2017 ''[[Film/SkullIsland Kong: Skull Island]]'' film.


The attraction opened up on July 13th, 2016, becoming the seventh "island" of the park.

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The attraction opened up on July 13th, 13, 2016, becoming the seventh "island" of the park.


The attraction opened up on July 13th, 2016, becoming the eighth "island" of the park.

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The attraction opened up on July 13th, 2016, becoming the eighth seventh "island" of the park.

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* ReportsOfMyDeathWereGreatlyExaggerated: Although it initially appears that Kate gets killed by one of the giant insects, at the end of the ride she sends a radio transmission, stating that she was able to make it out alive.


''Skull Island: Reign of Kong'' is a 3-D simulator/dark ride hybrid attraction that can be found at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]]. Based on the [[Film/KingKong2005 2005 remake of ''King Kong'']], the attraction is an expanded version of the ''King Kong 360'' sequence that can be found on Universal Studios Hollywood's tram tour. At the same time, the attraction also serves as somewhat of a successor to the original ''Ride/{{Kongfrontation}}'' ride that was located at the neighboring park, Universal Studios Florida.

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''Skull Island: Reign of Kong'' is a 3-D simulator/dark ride hybrid attraction that can be found at [[Ride/UniversalStudios Universal's Islands of Adventure]]. Based on the [[Film/KingKong2005 2005 remake of ''King Kong'']], ''[[Film/KingKong2005 King Kong]]'', the attraction is an expanded version of the ''King Kong 360'' sequence that can be found on Universal Studios Hollywood's tram tour. At the same time, the attraction also serves as somewhat of a successor to the original ''Ride/{{Kongfrontation}}'' ride that was located at the neighboring park, Universal Studios Florida.

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