At the start of the film we see Tarzans father lowering the last lifeboat into the water with his wife and baby inside, the ship is on fire and sinking, its a large ship that must have a large crew to match it yet it looks like the only survivors are the Tarzans. What happened to the rest of the crew?
Maybe they were on the other side of the ship and not seen.
I think it's safe to assume that anyone on the ship besides Tarzan's family perished.
It's not squick, but more like tragic if he didn't give that task to a male gorilla. He can't reproduce with gorillas, so he wouldn't try. His group will either begin to die off with no offspring or go off and look for males.
The gorillas seemed to understand that Tarzan isn't quite the same (read: an entirely different species) than them. They probably would understand that he would only possibly be breeding with Jane, if anyone.
In some gorilla groups there are also Blackback males - not fully grown, but already sexually mature males, usually the dominant Silverback's sons; occasionally they can also mate with the females. Maybe in Tarzan's group the Blackbacks (there's a handful of them, like Terk's buddies Flynt and Mungo) fulfill the reproductive function entirely.
Maybe Kago and Uto from the prequel would get that role?
If Kala never found Tarzan when he was a baby, he would have starved to death or been eaten by Sabor.
In Trashin' the Camp, Tantor is visibly horrified when he sees a human skull. Any human in his position would obviously have the same reaction. But Tantor is an elephant and has never met a human besides Tarzan before. How did he know what a human skull looks like, and more importantly, how does he know he should be frightened of it?
Maybe he just got scared of it for being a weird and unknown item, just like he got scared of a teaset.
Yeah, Tantor is so neurotic that near everything in the area was making him nervous. It's not too hard to buy that he'd get freaked out by the skull, simply because it was weird to him.
It's highly possible that he knows what a skull in general looks like, so it's not too far-fetched that he would have some vague idea of what a human skull might be by visual comparison.
Fridge Horror in the Fridge horror: Tantor didn't know what a human skull looks like, but almost certainly knew what a ape skull looks like. So, he screamed at what he believed was a horribly deformed ape skull.
When Kerchak and Kala discover their dead baby, imagine what the partially eaten remains must have looked like.
In the final battle scene, a hunter starts walking to Jane, and she is saved by the baboon pack that stole her boot earlier in the film. Funny and all, yeah. But there was a reason the Romans would use baboons in the arenas. If the baboons did catch the hunter when they ran to him... Well... You getthat. Maybe too much for a Punch Clock Villain
It's also worth noting that said hunter was preparing to bash Jane's skull in with a large wrench just before the baboons arrive...
Tarzan's parent's bodies are just left there in the treehouse to rot.
Actually, I believe that large cats like Sabor have a tendency of taking their kills back to their den to eat at their leisure. Not that that particular thought is anymore pleasant, but still.
Clayton, as well as his group of hunters, would have gladly raped Jane if given the chance... Did anyone notice how gleeful the hunters who grabbed her upon entering the ship were? And not only that, but the looks they were all giving her from that scene on?
Also in Disney's Tarzan, Professor Porter says that Rudyard Kipling would be delighted to meet Tarzan; the reason why is obvious.
While Tarzan can communicate freely with gorillas, elephants, baboons and other jungle animals, which are conveniently anthromorphized and makes the movie a talking animal picture. However, this makes the fact that Sabor is totally inhuman and true to her nature seem somewhat strange at first. However, it makes perfect sense considering leopards would be an animal that Tarzan would not get chummy enough with to learn their language.