Warthogs have a symbiotic relationship with banded mongooses. Quiz Video 6th Grade Science, Middle School Science, Environmental Science, Nature. I was about to say Timon is a meerkat, but meerkats are directly related to . Never noticed that Hogwarts is just the opposite of warthogs. It turns out that warthogs turn to mongooses, not meerkats, in their time This is not the first time the warthog-mongoose relationship has been.
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Timon and Pumbaa then took the collapsed lion cub back to a small pool, where they splashed water on him to wake him up. After Simba is awakened by the two, they introduce themselves and welcome Simba to stay with them and follow their hakuna matata philosophy.
At first, Simba is confused about Timon and Pumbaa's lifestyle, but it is explained to him in the song " Hakuna Matata ". Many years later, while out on a musical walk with Timon, Pumbaa is distracted by a bug, which he follows into the jungle. The bug leads him right to a hungry lioness prowling around, who then tries to hunt down Pumbaa. She chases the warthog until Simba springs into action, and the two lions engage in conflict. When the lioness pins Simba, he recognizes her as Nala, his childhood playmate.
They are happy to be together, but Timon is jealous after they leave for a night of romance. Still, the two help Simba defeat Scar and gain his rightful place as the king of the Pride Lands, most notably when they create a hula distraction to lure away Scar's hyenas.
Pumbaa single-handedly drives off Shenzi, Banzai and Ed. The Lion King II: Simba's Pride[ edit ] Main article: Simba's Pride It is unclear whether Timon and Pumbaa have taken up residence at Pride Rock, or just make frequent visits. They serve as aides to Simba, and are often called upon to keep an eye on his adventurous daughter Kiara so in a way replacing Zazu's role as babysitters.
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Despite being bumbling, Simba trusts them to look after Kiara, and does not blame them when Kiara runs off as Kiara is known to do just that. When Kiara goes on her first hunt, they are hired to make sure she won't get hurt. Enraged that Simba broke his promise to let her hunt alone, Kiara escapes from the Pridelands to hunt outside the boundary.
Timon and Pumbaa also teach Kovu how to have fun after he forgets due to years of indoctrination in hatred. When Kovu's pride, the Outsiders, turn on Simba and ambush him, Timon is on Simba's side automatically, not even wanting to hear Kovu's argument.
They later assist in the battle against Kovu's manipulative and vengeful mother Zira, and the Outsiders, but get chased off and cornered by a group of Outsider lionesses, until Timon threatens to use Pumbaa's tail as a gun and use his gas on them causing them to flee in fear.
Despite being slightly cowardly, they are willing to fight for what is right. When Simba tries to make peace with Zira after realizing that both prides "were one", he uses the same advice Timon and Pumbaa gave him when he was a cub put the past behind you showing how much he had learned from his old friends. Timon, his mother Ma and Uncle Max were part of a group of meerkats who lived on the savannah, but he was unable to do any job properly, and almost led to the meerkat being eaten by the hyenas Shenzi, Banzai and Ed Pumbaa was revealed to have blocked out part of the scene by sitting on the remote.
Feeling depressed, he received counsel from Rafikiwho taught him the " Hakuna Matata " philosophy and told him to "look beyond what you see. Along the way, he first encountered Pumbaa, and the two became friends. On the way to find paradise, they passed by the presentation of Simba it turns out that Pumbaa accidentally passed some gas and the smell made a few animals collapse, causing the other animals to think they were bowing and later they all bowed and Mufasa was very puzzled at seeing this and his majordomo Zazu then tells him they are bowing to his son; Simba, Nala, and when the animals are singing " I Just Can't Wait To Be King " it was Timon who hit an elephant's leg with a stick, causing the tower of animals to collapse ; the elephant graveyard where Mufasa was on his way to save Simba and Nala from the hyenas "I see carnivores" ; the hyenas marching to " Be Prepared " "something tells me this ain't the traveling company of Riverdance " ; and the wildebeest stampede "Shall we run for our lives?
Finally, they reach a beautiful oasis and are enjoying life until they find a collapsed Simba.
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After rescuing Simba, Timon and Pumbaa find themselves with their hands full trying to keep up with the mischievous cub. The film also shows more of Simba's life with Timon and Pumbaa before Nala came along, stating that Simba had beaten Timon in every bug-eating contest they had done with one another. Timon and Pumbaa, afraid that Nala would take away their friend, attempted to spoil Simba and Nala's date by letting out bees, a spider, and tripping the two explaining why they fell down the hill in the first filmbut all failed.
Later on, they see Simba and Nala quarrelling. They also mistake the appearance of Mufasa's ghost as bad weather "I think the storm is coming to a head".
After they realize Simba has gone back to take his rightful place as king, it is revealed that Pumbaa had set off to help Simba before Timon, who was indifferent and reluctant. Timon eventually came to his senses thanks to Rafiki's continued advice, and quickly followed, after which Rafiki says, "My work here is done. This apparently was Timon's fault because before he did the dance, he asked Simba what his plan was to get past the hyenas, Simba replies "Live bait.
Dress in drag and do the hula? Later on during the fight, they defeated the hyenas by digging a massive tunnel network, sending the hyenas down Pride Rock where they get to take revenge on Scar who had betrayed them. This scene explains what happened to Timon and Pumbaa while Simba is fighting Scar. After Scar is killed in the first film and this film, Timon and Pumbaa show up alive and unharmed against the hyenas that chased them, suggesting to audiences that they have either outsmarted or beat up the hyenas in the first film.
At the end, Timon takes his entire meerkat colony to live in the oasis, free from threats. Despite the appearance of Timon's mother, Ma who was also given reference in at least one episode of Timon and Pumbaa and his Uncle Max believed to be his great uncle due to his age-which may be premature-and the fact that Ma also calls him 'Uncle' MaxTimon's father is never mentioned.