I would consider any film involving talking animals to be considered ecoporn for the obvious reason that animals can't communicate, especially in terms of human communication. And if children grow up seeing animals, which are turned into tropes of good and evil, smart and dumb, and cute and ugly by just their appearance, talk with words they understand how will this affect their view of nature as the children grow up?
The Lion King in particular comes to mind as it uses all of the tropes I just stated. Children watching this get a highly unrealistic view of nature as a place where, just like in the human world, good trumps evil and good morals thrive. This is humans injecting trying to teach kids lessons by using anthropomorphized animals at nature's expense. There are no morals in the animal kingdom. Monkey don't ritualize baby lions atop altar rocks. And certainly animals don;t consider the implications of their actions when trying to survive. Disney goes beyond even it's own movies and creates theme parks of childecopornography. Rides that send you through the jungle and connect nature with fun, doing the real essence and dichotomy of nature a serious injustice. "Central Florida should be revisualized as The Lion King, complete with a fourteen-story concrete Tree of Life" (62). The "revisualization" creates the perception that this concrete tree is actually nature, and that children can adventure on it and even have fun without any consequences, where in the real world they'd be quickly turned into prey. Can you see the problem?
Other Disney films like The Little Mermaid and The Jungle Book go beyond The Lion King in warping animal-human perspectives by including humans into the films. This creates a false reality where one can live with wolves and be chums with a bear, cute and enjoyable in the way Disney portrays this lifestyle but utterly unrealistic and detrimental to children's views of nature. Can't the real essence of nature be preserved? Can't children be taught to appreciate nature and animals for what they are without Disney's anthropomorphized characters and lessons? If they can't we will all grow up seeing seeing nature as this fun, fluffy thing tailored to human relationships, human morals, and human problems. Children need to realize the true animal dichotomy, the fissure between humans and nature, and in a sense fear nature as it deserves or at least recognize the differences. We can't continue to consume Disney childecopornography and relate nature in terms of ourselves.