When Simba and adult Kovu are walking through the burnt forest, they are ambushed by the Outsiders. But when there is the aerial shot of them walking, the Outsiders are nowhere to be seen. (DVD widescreen). See more...
Also, in Swahili, Timon means 'Team' and Kiara, suprisingly means 'small dark thing'. Plus, Kovu means 'Scar'. See more...
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The entry you are correcting is:
|Title||The Lion King II: Simba's Pride|
|Original entry||In the ending of the film's opening song "He Lives in You", look carefully as the white birds (the ones scared into flight by the stomping elephants) fly behind Simba, Nala, and Rafiki atop Pride Rock. Simba's tail tip has not been coloured correctly and is white instead of red. [That's not true, the "white tail" you're referring to is not Simba's tail, it's Pumbaa.]|