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Days after a toddler was killed by an alligator at Walt Disney World, construction workers are putting up waterfront barriers and warning signs at the resort where the attack took place.

Disney World representatives said they plan to put up fencing and signs at all resorts and waterways.

The red, white and black signs read: "Danger! Alligators and snakes in area. Stay away from the water. Do not feed the wildlife."

There had been "No Swimming" signs posted, but there were no warnings about alligators.

"We are installing signage and temporary barriers at our resort beach locations and are working on permanent, long-term solutions at our beaches," Disney said in a statement. "We continue to evaluate processes and procedures for our entire property, and, as part of this, we are reinforcing training with our cast for reporting sightings and interactions with wildlife and are expanding our communication to Guests on this topic."

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