I mean, we’re
really into this. [MUSIC PLAYING] Today, I’m going to be
testing your animal knowledge. Oh, yeah. How fast can lions run? I’m going to guess. I’d say … 60? 40. (STUTTERING) Lions? I’d say 40. I’d say 60. The answer is
50 miles per hour. – Oh!
– Yeah. Well done! [CHUCKLING] What type of bird is Zazu? It’s duck-bill hornbill. [CHUCKLING] It’s not
a duck-bill hornbill. I think it is a duckbill– I think it’s a– it’s a hornbill platypus? No. It’s a duck-bill hornbill. The word bill is in it twice. I think it’s a
duck-bill hornbill. Oh.
OK. – It’s a red-billed hornbill.
– No! Oh! We’re both wrong!
– So close. I knew the bill.
I had the bill in there. You were right. Which eye is Scar’s scar on? His left eye. Left. That’s correct. How long can warthog’s
upper tusks grow? I don’t know. Let’s see. Maybe let’s say like,
uh, like, I don’t– what is that? 10 inches or
something like that? A foot? 11 inches. Let’s say 11 inches. They can grow up to two feet. What? Oh, wow. That’s crazy! Wow. What does my “Rafiki”
mean in Swahili? He who knows. I’d say it’s sunset. It means friend. Oh. OK. Which animal’s scientific
name is Loxodonta africana? Um. A meerkat? A rhinoceros? It’s an African elephant. Oh! I was going– I was close.
I was close. You were close. You know, same weight class. Congratulations, you are now official
safari experts! [LAUGHING] These are your certificates. But I can’t be an
expert unless you’re with me, Brooklyn. You heard my answers. Oh, fantastic. I need you as a guide. I am very happy about this. Can I have you
pose for a picture? Certainly. [CAMERA SHUTTER] [CAMERA SHUTTER]