Simba's Magic Roar Explained

  • Published on Jun 14, 2016
  • Today J discusses the magic roar Simba gives at the end of Disney's The Lion King and how it somehow restores the Kingdom of Pride Rock - but really its a video about the Wolves of Yellowstone National Park =D
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Comments • 6 066

  • GanonGhidorah
    GanonGhidorah 23 hours ago

    After watching the first 30 seconds of this must be the ONLY person in the entire world who is confused by that scene.
    (Especially considering that Simba and Nala have a kid...According to your view, where do you think that kid came from?)

  • JediDanD
    JediDanD Day ago

    Get people back in the water, add a few sharks into the mix.
    And also throw in those emo teems who like to cut themselves a lot :3

  • Alex Romero
    Alex Romero 2 days ago

    It was a time lapse...

  • Darth Revan
    Darth Revan 3 days ago

    Nature semi fine without Humans

  • Autumnkit The Warrior Cat

    I don't think nala and simba can have a baby that fast so when everything changes back to life it probably means a few years later

  • Elizabeth Schule
    Elizabeth Schule 6 days ago

    I went to Yellowstone in February of 2015 with a group specifically to see the wolves. We stood outside in -26 degrees Farenheit weather. And it was amazing

  • Eden Grimes
    Eden Grimes 7 days ago

    Great video... but I'm pretty sure that transition was supposed to be time passing, after all, Simba was just then claiming himself king, and in the next clip, it's a sarimony for Simba and Nala's cub.

  • FTjack AoE7AoT
    FTjack AoE7AoT 7 days ago

    I thought Simba's plan was to hunt and eat the Hyenas so the Hyenas would be forced to leave and lowering its population would allow the prey animals to return to help heal the land. Then the Lions would go back to hunt the prey but in a natural order that doesn't destroy the land.

  • Jordan Ring
    Jordan Ring 11 days ago +1

    it was a time lapse............

  • Monster Jack
    Monster Jack 11 days ago +1

    YEAH!!! WOLVES!!!!!

  • Sista Marina
    Sista Marina 14 days ago

    5 to 10 minutes on earthy problems 😦

  • Wyatt Nuzum
    Wyatt Nuzum 16 days ago


  • nabil m
    nabil m 16 days ago

    It took time obviously.

  • Gabowibo King
    Gabowibo King 16 days ago

    It’s Disney magic

  • Jewel
    Jewel 17 days ago

    Time lapse or not, the same thing probably still happened. The thing in Yellowstone didn’t happen immediately, and also lions have a gestation period of about 110 days, so it’s actually feasible.

  • Jewel
    Jewel 17 days ago

    Yellowstone is awesome! I’ve only been a couple times, but I’ve seen old faithful erupt, you gotta see that.

  • Jewel
    Jewel 17 days ago

    Oh I studied this in fifth grade... I also live in Wyoming!

  • Abby Seddo
    Abby Seddo 17 days ago +1

    I wanted a film theory... I got a lesson I go on TVclip to get theorys not to get biology lessons

  • Sarah 1.0
    Sarah 1.0 18 days ago

    Why are all the comments about how "it's happening over time"?? That's so obvious no one ever questioned it. This video is about WHY the area healed at all. J never suggested that it was instant.

  • Lady RoBzy
    Lady RoBzy 18 days ago

    Mine is Simba :)

  • Alexander Elderhorst
    Alexander Elderhorst 19 days ago

    I'm guessing since the hyenas were also drinking the water there was less in the river meaning the abundance of grass went dry, which is why the grass set on fire easily from the lightning, and the wasteland burnt which is why when he roars it's a burnt tree. And then it was a timelapse

  • Brandon Rochefort
    Brandon Rochefort 19 days ago

    I study wildlife ecology and management and I just wanted to say that you did quite well explaining trophic cascades for someone who I assume does not have a background in the subject. Speaks volumes to your capacity to interpret research and literature. Well done!

  • Santimagine
    Santimagine 24 days ago

    i have been to yellowstone, tho the explosion i expected didn't really come up to my expectations.

  • Savvage Cabbage
    Savvage Cabbage 24 days ago

    When the hyenas over hunted they didn’t “over hunt” the grass what happened is they over hunted what they eat which means there wasn’t as much to feed them which means hyenas started dying out causing whatever they ate to rise in population uncontrollably and that caused the over grazing and wastelands.

  • Bailey Lynn
    Bailey Lynn 25 days ago

    It was a time lapse.

  • CheeseyJ 28
    CheeseyJ 28 25 days ago

    I thought I was going to hear about a magic roar but... NOPE I hear how great wolves 🐺 r thanks... I guess ?

  • Bubble Winchester
    Bubble Winchester 27 days ago

    (Yellowstone with the wolves)

  • Joseph McElhone
    Joseph McElhone 27 days ago

    it is Stephanie adult Simba when he fights guy just love that but I'm such a fan of Lion King 🐾

  • Mohammed Fakhroo
    Mohammed Fakhroo Month ago

    Pumba and Timon and Simla are my favorite

  • Awesomegabe1010
    Awesomegabe1010 Month ago +1

    I just thought it was a time gap

  • KitschyLiepard
    KitschyLiepard Month ago

    uh...people didn't realize that was a time skip? really? The newborn cub didn't make that clear?

  • HaroArtist
    HaroArtist Month ago

    Mufasa is my favorite character

  • Michel Poire
    Michel Poire Month ago

    this one made me suscribe

  • Aurora Games
    Aurora Games Month ago +1

    I forgot this video was about the Lion King.😂

  • Mike Ling
    Mike Ling Month ago

    I forgot that I was listening into a theory of a film...

  • Bunny Bob
    Bunny Bob Month ago

    But how did it heal so quickly??

  • Ducklover Gaming
    Ducklover Gaming Month ago

    I know this is an old video, but when I went to Yellowstone we got stuck in a buffalo traffic jam

  • Wolfie GamerMCR
    Wolfie GamerMCR Month ago


  • gg301526op 9000
    gg301526op 9000 Month ago

    I think that was a time lapse

  • Potato Neko
    Potato Neko Month ago

    ITS MUFASA!!!!dun dun dun!!

  • Gogo Uber Banana
    Gogo Uber Banana 2 months ago

    At some point I forgot this was about the lion king. I would just like to throw in some savanna info. During a drought in Africa lands can look barren, but as we saw it was raining in the rawr scene. There was also fire. These are both very important. 1 there are plants in Africa that need fire to activate, 2 once a rain happens in Africa what seems like a waist land Will be a vast oasis of plants within hours. You can literally fall asleep in a waist land and wake in a garden from rains. The rains also dictate migratory patterns in Africa. As water becomes low animals travel vast distances in search of it. Once it rains these animals migrate to both breeding grounds and freshly grown foods and water the savanna produces. So even though great points about how lions hunting for lions was the main topic of your video, I feel like so much info was missed about the savanna in general. This includes rains, fires, and migratory nature of animals in the area. Hope this helps with future vids.

  • J&N Gaming and More!
    J&N Gaming and More! 2 months ago

    So you can believe literal ghosts but magic roars that can heal nature with a new king is too far?

  • Quessir
    Quessir 2 months ago

    Simba's return coincides with the end of the dry season and the return of the wet season - you see the effects of the drought on the land, and the water rising as the rains finally begin to fall. The drought had nothing to do with Scar, it's just what naturally happens. We can presume there has been a year or even several passed in between Simba's return and the final scene, plenty of time for the land to grow again and the herds to recover.

  • Bea Maria
    Bea Maria 2 months ago

    3:36 should be a meme 🤣😂

  • Chloee Inkling
    Chloee Inkling 2 months ago

    also is everyone with me in boycotting the new Lion King movie?

  • Alicia zhu
    Alicia zhu 2 months ago

    I learned about this in Science last year...

  • Tierney Caldwell
    Tierney Caldwell 2 months ago

    I think the meerkat is my favorite I don’t know how to spell his name

  • Daniel Alzate
    Daniel Alzate 2 months ago

    I didn't realize "trophic cascade" was actually spelled "trophic cascasde" lol

  • Alexis Cardenas
    Alexis Cardenas 2 months ago

    it talks about the lion king at 6:08

  • YojoThePotterhead !
    YojoThePotterhead ! 2 months ago


  • JMXM 242
    JMXM 242 2 months ago

    The reason that the decline of the grass eaters created a wasteland is because since there was no grass being eaten, there was no weeds being eaten either. There are so many different plants that grow. Some of them are more harmful for the environment than good and when they are not being controlled, they can get out of hand and make the ground no suitable for plants. When the ground was not suitable for plants, no plants grew.

  • Avery Shield
    Avery Shield 2 months ago

    Has no one noticed he spelled cascade wrong?

  • Portgas D Ace
    Portgas D Ace 2 months ago


  • Naomi Clark
    Naomi Clark 2 months ago

    You misspelled 'trophic cascade'

  • Hollow Vest
    Hollow Vest 2 months ago

    Hold up.....a guy named frank made a sound into a trash can and that my viewers made the roar XD

  • Midwest DankAlumni
    Midwest DankAlumni 2 months ago

    You're omiting the fact that the wasteland caught on fire and rained afterwards.
    Ash is a great fertilizer. Ever notice that the grass grows back even better after a controlled burn?

  • ZeniJocasta
    ZeniJocasta 2 months ago

    I've been to Yellowstone aaaages ago when I was around 5. Don't remember it much, but my little story is basically something we found out when we were getting ready to leave. The camp site we were staying in happened to be a popular spot for bears to pass through. We didn't see any, but someone (forget who) told my parents that a mother bear and her cub had been in the camp site only hours before we arrived to set up! Kind of a scary thought, but also pretty cool!

  • Anna Beckman
    Anna Beckman 2 months ago

    Wow! Your facts and research were incredible!!

  • Xeno The Ridiculous
    Xeno The Ridiculous 2 months ago

    Wait so he didn’t explain the magic roar at all

  • Stephen Suggs
    Stephen Suggs 2 months ago

    Was gonna make a really pedantic comment but 1) everyone else already made it and 2) the story of Yellowstone's wolves never gets old for me and is perfect in explaining the restoration of the Pridelands.
    And I really wanna visit Yellowstone... but only just as the supervolcano erupts.
    ... call it the last item on my bucket list.

  • Marlen Guzman
    Marlen Guzman 2 months ago

    I am pretty late to this video but I love the background info you gave abt the wolves of Yellowstone. If you do ever make the trip up there you should try to here the stories Ranger Rick has abt reintroducing the wolves he was actually there and has some great stories to share.

  • Shark_Lover
    Shark_Lover 2 months ago

    Men aren't actually at the top of the food chain, they are in the middle, same level as pigs...

  • TheeBrassMonkey
    TheeBrassMonkey 2 months ago

    Lol "cascasde"

  • pill0whead !!!
    pill0whead !!! 2 months ago

    I waved back haha 😆

  • David Shen
    David Shen 2 months ago

    1:23 great job on the spelling quiz!

  • Crystal Kirchner
    Crystal Kirchner 2 months ago

    Is that a predator bobblehead at 7:26

  • Cruise Control
    Cruise Control 2 months ago

    Wait what about incest?

  • Warmonger 24
    Warmonger 24 2 months ago

    As well as providing a real world example, the decay of the plains in LK is also due to an old concept that you see in older literature: divine right. In older times, one of the ways monarchs would legitimize themselves is using the idea that deities would place them in power and if a ruler that either wasn't born into power or didn't follow the correct religion, etc, then the land, whom the ruler was responsible for, would then fall into various forms of decay as a reflection of the corruption or evil of the improper ruler.
    Scar, a fratricidal, incestuous, usurper(Hamlet's uncle) is obviously not the proper ruler for the pride lands, and Simba(Hamlet), both by blood, not having murdered his brother, and not slept with his sister in law, is the rightful ruler. Thus, when Simba takes back the throne, the land then is restored.

  • Gage The Navigator
    Gage The Navigator 2 months ago

    How freaking awesome are wolves?! Well very very awesome. But how awesome is Mother Earth? So much natural resolution and synergistic relationships, kinda feeling like this is something Native Americans understood

  • thijstjennel
    thijstjennel 2 months ago

    It was a time skip, indicated by baby Kiara being born, but the Yellowstone story was really interesting

  • Sara Baker
    Sara Baker 2 months ago

    We went to Yellowstone last week and saw two male elk fighting during the rut, or mating season. It was a once-in-a-lifetime experience.

  • Maggie Ledbetter
    Maggie Ledbetter 2 months ago

    Actually grass, fruit, and nut eaters spread seeds thru their stool and if the seeds cant be spread to grown the grass and trees woundnt flourish just cause it was left alone

  • Radical Edward
    Radical Edward 2 months ago

    This is the thing I really wish people understood about hunting. So many people can’t think beyond killing=bad but overpopulation/underpopulation is WAY worse

  • dmurphy915
    dmurphy915 2 months ago

    My father came face to face with a wolf in Yellowstone before I was born....
    He made it out alive

  • Kara Gates
    Kara Gates 2 months ago

    Time skip as well. Otherwise there is no way simba would have a cub ready to present to the pride lands

  • C. D. George
    C. D. George 2 months ago

    I have a scar "I'm surrounded by idiots" shorts. An old fav of mine same with my twin sis

  • Samantha Troi
    Samantha Troi 2 months ago

    I run a tpur bus through Yellowstone about 5 times a year. The clinic near Old Faithful has free condoms (Im assuming for the employee housing across the street which attracts a lot of College kids during the summer). Since I've been out of college for awhile now and like free stuff, I pick up my free condoms from Yellowstone National Park.
    It's kinda my favorite antidote of my life.
    But Yellowstone is amazing. Definitely worth a trip. Grand Teton is equally as impressive, if not better.

    • Samantha Troi
      Samantha Troi 2 months ago

      And Grand Teton is our only National Park that Im aware of named after a questionably rated body part. Teton is French for nipple.

  • Scott Slaten
    Scott Slaten 2 months ago

    Awwww come on. There HAS to be some Disney *magic* in there somewhere :P I agree with @Amelia Silberman, it's a time-lapsed thing.

  • Elgin Deeney
    Elgin Deeney 2 months ago

    Yellowstone is in Montana as well

  • Berkley Pearl
    Berkley Pearl 2 months ago

    I thought it was a divine right of kings thing going on

  • IcyPrincess215
    IcyPrincess215 2 months ago

    The answer to your query about why grass died rather then gew. It's quite simple. Africa's weather + the lack of animals to make natural mulch

  • cameron cormac
    cameron cormac 3 months ago

    How the wasteland would happen is if the lions killed most or all of the herbivores, then there wouldn't be enough animals to control the amount of vegetation in the area, leading to water sources drying up due to increased pressure on the water table, leading to the plants dying off increasing moribund material (dead plant matter), creating an increase in fuel sources for wildfires and with one strike of lightning you would have massive fires. This in turn would lead to a localized increase in CO2 and dust particles entering the atmosphere creating an environment for clouds to form and produce rainfall. SO Simba's "magic roar" doesn't cause the rain its more to symbolize how Scar is now gone and how everything would eventually return to normal. just to expand on your theory.😁. I'm a South African Biologist and I completely love the story about the Yellowstone wolves as it follows another biological theory, the theory of keystone species (which is where if one species is removed the entire ecosystem falls apart, much like if you remove a keystone from an arch, the arch is completely destroyed).

  • Michael Short
    Michael Short 3 months ago

    This is the saving Dory video are my two favourites on this channel. :)

  • Dare Dog
    Dare Dog 3 months ago


  • Steven Sessamen
    Steven Sessamen 3 months ago

    No it is not hard to predict what will happen. Like you said she. The consumer is removed then what organism they eat will become abundant, so you didn't explain the waste land.}:(

  • Sarena Huisman
    Sarena Huisman 3 months ago

    I think that it was a waste land because there wasn’t enough non carnivorous fertilizer to feed the grass with.

  • Josh Keating
    Josh Keating 3 months ago

    Wasn't this directly after a fire around Pride Rock??

  • LordMichaelRahl
    LordMichaelRahl 3 months ago


  • Kenneth Shield
    Kenneth Shield 3 months ago

    My favorite lion King character is Simba

  • Ugly-Duckling 123
    Ugly-Duckling 123 3 months ago

    It's not a 'magic roar' it was time.
    My favorite character if Kiara from Lion King 2

  • Keira Schneider
    Keira Schneider 3 months ago

    Lol. I'm probably the only one here who HASN'T watched the Lion King 😂😂

  • StormyD186
    StormyD186 3 months ago

    I think that was just a flash forward to a few weeks or months after the movies events

  • Lauren Reeves
    Lauren Reeves 3 months ago

    yeah real smart until you showed a picture of sea lions when you said “seals”

  • Hunter Guilliam
    Hunter Guilliam 3 months ago

    Wow that's cool I live in wyoming!!!!

  • Amelia Jeffs
    Amelia Jeffs 3 months ago +1

    I LOVE Yellowstone!!!!

  • TheEnderNinja
    TheEnderNinja 3 months ago

    I'd point out, like the rest of the comment section, that it's just a timelapse. Then again, scar can control nature with songs, so I guess it's possible

  • Joshua Gonzaleaz
    Joshua Gonzaleaz 4 months ago

    My favorite lion and the lion kind is Simba and scar and musffa

  • Alexander Ricks
    Alexander Ricks 4 months ago

    You are both right and wrong. The original wolves in yellowstone were idaho timber wolves. Roughly the size of a medium sized dog (75-95lbs). The Gray wolf introduced into yellowstone is a Canadian gray wolf which can weigh in at 150-200lbs. These wolves have helped the park but they make life very challenging for us locals. They have a love of killing, they will kill 1 elk for food and 3 for sport. And that's if they go after elk instead of livestock. The livestock are penned and can't escape should a wolf jump their fence (an easy meal). Back to the wolves size, three of them can take down the biggest bull in any elk herd. Get 6 together and most buffalo don't stand a chance. I've seen them and they are massive for a Wolf. You only gave the good side to them in your video, most people dont see the downside that those of us that live by the park have to live with.
    On a seperate note, I mostly find Yellowstone to be an over crowded tourist trap. It's cool without a doubt, but because of all the people that go it's lost its nature feel. If I were you I would go to island park, the salmon river, the beaverheads, the lemhi's, the tetons, and no return wilderness. I prefure those over Yellowstone. Especially the salmon river.

  • Ali Supreme
    Ali Supreme 4 months ago +1

    If predators kill all herbivores, then the herbivores don’t eat the plants, if the herbivores don’t eat the plants, the plants overpopulate, then you have a problem, or if you remove the carnivores, then again chaos but no plants.