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The father bird grabs the boy bird, puts him on his lap and pulls his feather pants down exposing his bare bottom before spanking him real hard.

The snake attacks the boy bird who has wandered from his nest.

The hornets chase after the boy bird before his bird mom, bird dad and his 2 bird brothers hid under their nest for shelter.

The father bird spanks the boy bird on his lap real hard.

None. There is no talking in this Disney cartoon.

The snake hypnotizing the boy bird and the hornets chasing after the boy bird may be a little scary for little kids.


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