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The Orphaned Baby Birds
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Attribution information
Writer

Jack Sutter

Penciller

Oscar Martin

Publication information
Origin

Germany

Publisher

Ehapa Verlag

Publication

Disneys kleine Tierfreunde

Published

July 1998

Pages

6

You are their mother! You were the first one they saw! That makes you their mother.
Zazu to Simba[src]

The Orphaned Baby Birds is a German comic inspired by The Lion King. It was published by Ehapa Verlag in July 1998.

Synopsis

A group of cubs is listening to Mufasa talk about the Great Spirit. Tojo laments that the Great Spirit doesn't watch over him well since he's always getting injured and now must rest instead of play due to a sprained ankle. Simba suggests that maybe the Great Spirit has a purpose in him staying at home instead of playing.

Later, Simba becomes the "mother" of orphaned birds and takes care of them. While trying to teach them to fly, Tojo suggests making wings out of leaves. Simba agrees and leaves the birds with Tojo to go prepare them. Upon returning, he finds Tojo has bonded with the birds and made his own set of false wings, showing the Great Spirit had reason in Tojo's injury after all.

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References

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 Tojo's Tiny Tots. Inducks. Retrieved on November 20, 2020.
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