The Queen fooled Bella into taking a bite from the poisoned cocoa under the guise that the fruit has a magic touch to it and can bring many wonders to Bella and make her wishes all come true.
Bella wished that the pygmies regain their independence while she finds the love of her life to whisk her away and rescue her from her stepmother’s clutches. Bella quickly fell asleep while the Queen now looked at her self in the mirage rejoicing that she is now the most beautiful in the land.
The pygmies returned with the animals as the Queen leaves the cottage and give chase, trapping her on a cliff. She tries to roll a boulder over them, but before she can do so, lightning strikes the cliff, causing her to fall to her death.
The pygmies returned to their home just to find Bella in a state of coma and almost died due to the poison.
The pygmies surrounded Bella and prayed upon her body refusing to bury her. Together with the Rhino, they keep watch over Bella. Unknown to the pygmies, the Rhino was once a prince also cursed by his stepmother. As Bella slept like a baby, the Rhino tearfully, lifted her and hugged her o provide some warmth to her entirely cold body.
Bella’s finger moved. Then her eyes also blinked. She opened her eyes. Thus, the curse became broken.
The Rhino quickly transformed into a handsome prince while Bella regained her consciousness.