Last I was at Disneyland, children were not allowed to stand, cannot stand on seats, should not sit on your lap, and must sit firmly with their butt on the seat at all times during the vehicle operation. Now, they've taken the only visable space below the rail and obstructed it with netting. I'd love someone to get measurements of the new netting, from seat to top of rail. But I'm guessing anyone under the age of 3 and some 4 year olds just had their viewports blocked. This of course is only going to encourage more toddlers to stand, kneel, lap sit, etc. Crap the kids want to have fun and see the animals, why make it harder?
* Addendum * After taking away the Matterhorn and not letting my kids ride, this pretty much takes the cake. Personally, they should just add a 48" ride requirement to the ride, throw on some lap belts and be done with it. This just pisses me off.