Thanks for the Africa photos. Kilimanjaro Safaris is an awesome attraction, and the whole Harambe town is very cool.
I have bad memories of Harambe... On our last trip (first time in AK,) my family was walking through Harambe to get to the Safari, and a little boy was running in front of his dad right behind us. By the face-painting booth (pictured,) he ran into a rope set up for a line and smacked onto the ground. It's hard to see a little kid get hurt and then try and go enjoy a safari ride. It goes to show ya', don't run in the parks!
And I don't know if I agree with the 60% well-themed idea. Disney's Animal Kingdom comes from the creators of Tokyo DisneySEA, and I'd say the Animal Kingdom could be just as amazing as DisneySEA if they had a foreign company willing to dump money all over it. You can't deny that Animal Kingdom is well-themed. The only place I can think of is Camp Minnie-Mickey; that isn't so great with theming, but that's because it was meant to be temporary. Dinoland U.S.A. is often a point that AK-haters like to bring up, specifically Chester & Hester's Dino-Rama, but this area has a deep storyline. It weaves through the Dino Institute, Restaurantosaurus, and the Dino-Rama store. People that think it isn't well-themed really just don't like the theming, I think.