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African Cats
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Sex & Nudity

Lion's testicles is shown.

Violence & Gore

There is regular predation by the cats, although the actual kills are not depicted.

One male lion has a tooth broken off and it hangs loosely from his mouth.

The male lions fight for control of the pridelands on one side of the river.

The cheetah mother must defend her cubs from lions, a gang of adult male cheetahs and a pack of hyenas in turn. Two of her cubs are lost, presumably killed by hyenas, when they are separated at night after the encounter with the lions.

One lioness is progressively injured more seriously by prey and then male lions and eventually dies alone after securing her cub's safety in the pride.

Two aardvarks tussle while the cheetah family looks on in apparent amusement.

Profanity

None

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The cheetah mother is hard pressed trying to keep three hostile male cheetahs from finding and harming her cubs. However, an adult male elephant suddenly appears and drives the males away.

Two young male lions cross a crocodile infested river, brave attacks from them, and barely manage to reach the other side safely.

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