Narrator: Then one night, the wolf pack elders met at Council Rock. Because Shere Khan, the tiger, had returned to their part of the jungle. This meeting was to change the man-cub's entire future.
Akela: Shere Khan will surely kill the boy and all who try to protect him. Now, are we all in agreement as to what must be done? [wolves nod] Now it is my unpleasant duty to tell the boy's father. Rama! Come over here, please.
Rama: Yes, Akela?
Akela: The Council has reached its decision. Man-cub can no longer stay with the pack. He must leave at once.
Akela: I am sorry, Rama. There is no other way.
Rama: But-but the man-cub is-is like my own son. Surely he's entitled to the protection of the pack.
Akela: But Rama, even the strength of the pack is no match for the tiger.
Rama: But the boy cannot survive alone in the jungle.
Bagheera: Akela, perhaps I can be of help
Akela: You, Bagheera? How?
Bagheera: I know of a man-village where he'll be safe. Mowgli and I have taken many walks into the jungle together. I'm sure he'll go with me.
Akela: So be it. Now there's no time to lose. Good luck.
Franklin: Here we are. And we like to see things in the jungle in India.
Snail: The jungle looks beautiful.
Flora: I love to see the animals. We are going to see them?
Babar: Yes, Flora, we are.
Leonard: I have never been to the jungle.
Slyly: Me, too. It will be so great.
Fox: It will be fun to look around the jungle.
Bear: Let's get ready and move on.