Tantor: Terk, isn't Dark Mountain where the Zugor lives?
Terk: Don't worry about that. Zugor's just an imaginary figment, remember? He's not real.
Tantor: Sure, you know that and I know that, but does he know that?
Zugor: Zugor! Go on. Shoo!
Tantor: I do believe in Zugors! I do believe in Zugors! I do! I do! I do!
Uto: You got him all right, Kago.
Terk: Hey, let me up.
Uto: Uh, Kago? This isn't a baby bird.
Kago: It isn't?
Terk: No. It isn't.
Uto: Hey, you can't do that to my brother.
Tantor: Oh, no! The Zugor has Terk. Leave my friend alone! Take me instead!
Kago: You want a piece of me?
Tantor: She's being eaten. Oh, the horror!
Kago: Now, what are we going to do with you?
Uto: I know. Let's throw her off a cliff and see if she can fly.
Kago: Gorillas can't fly.
Uto: Oh, yeah? How do you know?
Kago: Because we are gorillas.
Kago: And we can't fly.
Uto: Yeah, but if our bones were hollow, and we had wings and feathers, we'd be the biggest birds in town.
Mama Gunda: Well, what in the world?
Kago: Look, Ma, we found a gorilla.
Mama Gunda: And just where did this cute little sweetums come from?
Terk: Hey, hey. Enough already, lady. I need that cheek for eating.