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The animals speak and think like humans, but their actions are limited to what animals would be able to do. Most of the animals can speak to each other, and Mowgli learns to speak to most of them. The different species have their natural conflicts, but are also able to cooperate for various reasons."Long Distance Relationship" Poetry by shekhar  For all the long distance lovers 💏
It is about the wisdom of the jungle. It is also, at times, a comment on human relationships and societies. There are prejudices among species against other species. They are almost all particularly prejudiced against the monkeys because monkeys are lawless.
Kipling makes an especially seering comment come from the mouths of the monkeys when Mowgli ends up in their hands. We are the most wonderful people in all the Jungle! We all say so, and so it must be true. Lead us again, O Man-cub, for we be sick of this lawlessness, and we would be the Free People once more. But remember, Bagheera, he is very little.
But he has done mischief, and blows must be dealt now. Mowgli, hast thou anything to say? Baloo and thou are wounded. That was very shocking, too, for the potter is a low-caste man, and his donkey is worse.
There is a short film of this story. Toomai of the Elephants is a boy from a long line of elephant handlers who manages to see something no one other human has ever seen before — the dance of the elephants at night. Mules, horses, bullocks, camels, and elephants all discuss their merits as the best military animals; how they fight and whose orders they follow.
In discussing their own merits, they delight in disparaging each other. The epigraph of each chapter of The Jungle Book is a poem by or about one of the characters in the story. Each chapter ends with another poem. In Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book, Baloo was found as a brown bear cub stuck in a narrow hole of an empty log until a 5-year-old Mowgli found and saved him.
Mowgli and the cub became close friends after that along with Mowgli's pet wolf cub. Baloo was more of a childhood companion and best friend of Mowgli's rather than a teacher of the jungle or a father-figure to him.
He helped Mowgli throughout many dangers but in the end, he was badly wounded after being shot by British soldiers.
Luckily, Mowgli found Dr. Julius Plumford who was able to cure and save him. Then, Baloo continued his life in the jungle with Mowgli and Kitty in the end. In the filmMowgli's relationship with Baloo is somewhat different.
Mowgli: the heart and troubled soul of The Jungle Book | Film | The Guardian
Baloo originally rescues Mowgli from Kaa only so that Baloo can con him into getting food for the bear. However, as they spend more and more time together, they bond and become the best of friends.
Unlike Bagheera, Baloo is more supportive of Mowgli's inventive ways, and after learning what he is capable of, readily helps him. Baloo also is like Bagheera, incredibly protective of Mowgli, willing to overcome his fear of heights and fight Shere Khan to protect the man-cub. Shanti is the very reason Mowgli went into the Man Village. Shanti acts as if she can't stand Mowgli at times due to his prankster personality, but deep down she really has strong feelings for him just as he has feelings for her.
In one scene in The Jungle Book 2, when Mowgli gets in trouble, he blames Shanti and won't speak to her. When Shanti found out that Mowgli assigned Baloo to scare her if she showed up he really did this to cover up his real feelings for her, which is that he missed her she was heartbroken.
She is Mowgli's childhood friend, and love interest. Kitty met Mowgli when she and her father, Colonel Geoffrey Brydon, move to India as part of the colonel's new command posting. The two become good friends, and she gives Mowgli a bracelet that belonged to her mother. Mowgli is soon separated from man's world, and Kitty is deeply saddened when she thinks Mowgli is dead. The two are reunited years later, and find themselves falling in love while Mowgli relearns the ways of man from her.
Kitty is later used as a hostage by Captain Boone and his henchmen to force Mowgli to take them to a treasure. Mowgli manages to defeat the villains and ensure Kitty's safety, after which they officially begin a relationship. Enemies Kaa Kaa and Mowgli are complete enemies. Kaa's main goal through the film is to eat Mowgli and after three attempts, he still failed.
However, he doesn't show much intimidation towards Kaa though he tries to keep distance from the snake's eyes, knowing its power after their first encounter.
Mowgli: the heart and troubled soul of The Jungle Book
Kaa views Mowgli as food only but becomes frustrated after his many escapes viewing him as not only lunch, but a despised nemesis as well. He was close to killing Mowgli until he was wounded by Mowgli's dagger and gave up the fight. He is seen at the end successfully killing Mowgli's enemy Captain Boone. In the version of The Jungle BookKaa is a female, instead of male. However, she is still interested in eating Mowgli, like her previous male incarnation in the film.
She, also like her previous incarnation, hypnotizes him and shows him visions of his past. Had it not been for Baloo's timely arrival, she would have readily devoured him. She is not seen again afterwards, so it is unknown how it affects Mowgli from then on. Shere Khan Mowgli and Shere Khan's first encounter.