Hakuna matata, what a wonderful phrase, hakuna matata...
You probably remember the best cartoon series in the late 20th century, right? Lion king. The show was first taken as an inspiration from the habitats of nature. To be precise, from the Serengeti plains and Maasai Mara in Kenya and Tanzania. This is why most names are in Kiswahili language (chumvi, sarabi, matata). The lion king movies came in three packs, the lion king 1, 2, and 3.
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The Lion King
This is the first release of the cartoon. Its storyline is about a king lion who dies in the hands of his brother. His son is exiled by his uncle and the uncle then becomes a dictator. Afterward, Simba the cub (son) comes back to fight for his throne and succeeds by killing scar and taking over. The story ends by Simba marrying Nala and taking over as king.
Lion King 2
This is the second story ripped off from the first. This time, Simba and scar's children are in the mix. Both want to fight for the throne. Simba tries to fight the opponents but is beaten. Scar's male child, Kovu and Kiara (Simba's) daughter are the ones who bring peace to the kingdom.
Lion King 3
This is the last part. Majorly, it does not have any story line except the fact that Timon and Pumba sit down, watch previous lion king shows and make hilarious jokes out of them. Good memories, don't you think so?