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    Mother Eagle is the main antagonist of Timon and Pumbaa episode To Kilimanjaro Bird.

    Personality

    When angry, Mother Eagle has a borderline-insane sounding voice. She is sweet to her Baby Earl, but she was mean to Timon because he stole her son's bowl of grubs. She can also be overly aggressive. That was seen when she was willing to kill Timon and Pumbaa after Baby Earl jumped out of the nest and presumably got scratched.

    History

    Timon and Pumbaa visited Mount Kilimanjaro. They stumbled upon Baby Earl's feeding dish. Tempted by the tasty bugs in his dish, the two gobble up the remains of the food, leaving Mother Eagle in a fury. When she accused Timon for stealing Baby Earl's grubs, he told her that she needs proof. She produced plenty of proof, such as strands of hair, a footprint impression, fingerprints on Earl's bowl, witnesses, Timon's wallet, and a security photo that shows Timon running away with Earl's bowl of grubs, much to his discomfort. In order to keep her from turning them in to the authorities, Timon and Pumbaa volunteered to be Earl's babysitters while she flies to the lowlands to find more grubs. Before she leaves, she threatened to kill Timon and Pumbaa if anything bad happens to her son, such as a single scratch. When she returned and saw that Baby Earl is not with Timon and Pumbaa, Timon told Pumbaa to say something and get them out of trouble, but Pumbaa can't lie and always tells the truth. After Pumbaa told her the truth, she was ready to kill Timon and Pumbaa, but then sees her son flying. She assumed that Timon and Pumbaa taught Baby Earl how to fly and repayid the duo by feeding them some of the grubs she brought from the lowlands.

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