Made by the Kulango people of the Ivory Coast and Burkina-Faso, though it doesn't say, I'm pretty sure this is a mask of a cow or other cattle. Bedu masks are plank based masks that are worn by dancers who are believed to rid the village of evil spirits. Bedu masks are a common trope throughout the peoples of Western Africa, and have an ancient and rich tradition of awesomeness.
I forgot to make a note of where at Animal Kingdom Lodge this guy is displayed. (whoops...) But since I don't see him too often I'm assuming at the end of a corridor somewhere. This is one of the better mask examples at the lodge, and I love the raffia flourishes...which add so much to the bedu dancing. Oh Animal Kingdom Lodge, how we adore you.