Bambi is a 1942 American animated film directed by David Hand produced by Walt Disney and ... He soon makes other friends, including a young skunk named Flower and a female .... Film critic Manny Farber called it "... entirely unpleasant .
Thumper is a fictional rabbit character from Disney's animated films Bambi and Bambi II. ... This moral is now known by such names as the "Thumperian principle ", "Thumper's ... Thumper tried to correct Bambi but the skunk said, "That's alright.
Bambi, who is just learning to talk, calls the skunk a pretty flower. Thumper attempts to correct Bambi, but the skunk says he doesn't mind being called Flower, ...
Under the guidance of his mother, Bambi learns about the wonder of nature and the power ... A charming young rabbit who introduces Bambi to fun in the forest.
Here's the list and description of all the 'canon' characters of Bambi II. ... who was watching the audition in another room shouted, "Get that kid out of here! ... and thus, the Young Prince called him "flower", name that the skunk decided to keep.
At the end of the movie, Flower is seen with a little skunk that called him ... little rabbits, this means that she and Thumper had kids, like Flower and Bambi did.
If you're referring to the one at the end of the film (the Twitterpated part), she did not have a name. If you mean the main skunk seen through-out the whole movie, ...
He was given the name Flower because Bambi accidently called him a flower which made Thumper laughed, but the little Skunk didn't mind that.