How did Zazu survive?

It’s said that revenge is a dish best served cold. But I would assume that for a starving lion settling for a warm hornbill snack would be retribution equally satisfying. Revenge is an extremely important aspect to Scar’s usurpation of Mufasa’s throne. And keeping Zazu locked in a rib-cage watching everyone and everything die around him is definitely a fitting reprisal for past scorn received. But how long was this possible? Surely hunger would have gotten the best of the aging lion and Zazu would have disappeared in one bite. I mean, when Scar wasn’t starving he tried to eat him and that was when there was plenty of food in the pride lands. So, I guess I will pose the same question about Zazu as he did about the mouse: ‘didn’t Scar’s mother ever tell him not to play with his food?’

Scar & Zazu

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Image Credit: nocookie.net

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3 comments

  1. Since this is a child’s story, or so they may have intended, and since children see animals as people Disney may have felt that animals eating each other would be cannibalistic. Homeless people do not eat each other although they may think about it or joke about it. But homeless may torture each other and get revenge, even kill each other.

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