Alright,let's get you all cleaned up. What's your
daddy gonna say if you go back all stinky like this?
Let me just clean that up.That
looks good. A little bit here.
- You clean up nice, little fella.
- I think he's starting to look like me.
Diego, what do you think?
- Maybe we shouldn't do this.
- Why not?
Because if we save him, he'll grow up to be a hunter.
who do you think he'll hunt?
Maybe because we save
him,he won't hunt us.
Yeah, and maybe he'll grow fur and a
long skinny neck and call you Mama.
- What's your problem?
- Nothing. Let's go. I'm freezing my tail off.
Hey,Diego. You frozen back there?
- Get down.
- Get down and follow me.
- What's going on?
At the bottom of Half Peak,there's
an ambush waiting for you.
- What do you mean, "ambush"?
- You set us up.
- It was my job.
- I was suppose to get the baby, but then...
- You brought us home for dinner.
- That's it. You're out of the herd.
- I'm sorry.
No, you're not. Not yet.
- Listen, I can help you.
- Stay close, Sid. We can fight our way out.
You can't. The pack's too
strong.You have to trust me.
Trust you? Why in the
world would we trust you?
Because I'm your only chance.
- Look who decided to show up.
- Diego, I was beginning to worry about you.
No need to worry. In about two minutesyou'll
be satisfying your taste for revenge.
I see the sloth. And he's got the baby.
Don't give away your positions until yousee
the mammoth. He's the one to surprise.
You want to maul something, don't you think?
- I wanna maul.
- Then what are you waiting for?
No, I said wait for the mammoth.
Back scratcher. Eat my powder!
Slalom! Slalom, baby!
Sorry, fellas. He got
a little frostbite.
OK, follow me. We'll pick up
Sid and get outta here while we can.
Come on, Diego,let's
bring this mammoth down.
There he is.
That's right. Where's the baby?
Survival of the fittest.
I don't think so. Yeah.
- What are you doing?
- Leave the mammoth alone.
Fine. I'll take you down first.