Tarzan and Terk find an injured gorilla named Gobu in the forest. Little do they know, but he is under orders from his leader to lure Tarzan back to Gobu's family. Once the injured gorilla (who Terk has taken a strong shine to) is better, he and Tarzan embark on the long journey to Gobu's home, only to find the evil Tublat, a bull ape who was expelled from Kerchak's family many years before, was waiting there to trap him. Meanwhile, Jane and Professor Porter attempt to teach Terk to be more lady-like.Read More
Poachers arrive in the jungle and are setting traps everywhere, so Tarzan warns everyone to be careful. Meanwhile, Terk encourages Tantor to act on his attractions to a female elephant named Dania with a talent for singing. The first date goes well, and though everybody finds Dania perfectly charming, she herself gets off on the wrong foot with Terk. When Tark discovers Tantor would rather spend his time with Dania than her, she plans to break them up, but things don't go too well. Terk is caught in one of the poachers traps and put in a cage. Now Tantor must decide which is more important to him - his relationship with the difficult Dania, or saving his best friend from being kidnapped.Read More
Tarzan and Jane return from a trip to the Waziri village (on a ""Jungle Cruise""-style steamer piloted by Hugo and Hooft) to find the Professor missing and his camp in ruin. Jane momentarily fears the worse, but soldiers on with Tarzan in an attempt to determine her father's whereabouts and condition -- a pursuit impeded by the hordes of apparently mad animals (among them, Terk and Tantor) destroying everything in their path and pleading for the cessation of a mysterious, unheard ringing.Read More
Disgusted by the decay near the elephant territory, Jane tries to use an English vine to cover up the scent. But the vines cover up everything and are too poisonous to eat. While Jane and the Professor try to think of a solution, Tarzan invites the elephants to live with the gorillas, but how long can they live together in harmony?Read More
Tarzan's leadership of the gorilla family is challenged by a young silverback male named Moyo, who says that if Tarzan were forced to choose between caring for Jane and caring for the gorillas, he would choose Jane. Moyo wins leadership only when Tarzan sacrifices his in the fight in order to save Moyo's life. The new leader leaves with the gorillas to escape the threat of Histah, a giant python that used to terrorize the gorillas when Kala was young. Tarzan and Jane remain at the treehouse, and Jane tells Tarzan that she understands how Tarzan misses his family, as she misses them too.
Suddenly a baby gorilla named Bibi returns to Tarzan with a message that the gorillas are in trouble. Tarzan and Jane follow and find the family trapped in a tar pit, and at the mercy of the giant snake Histah. Tarzan begins to help Moyo and the gorillas out of the pit, but Histah chases Jane and when Tarzan hears her screams he is torn between saving the family and saving Jane.Read More
Following the Proffesor's latest (unsuccessful) attempts to make tea, he goes to the trading post to try to persuade Dumont to trade something for a box of Earl Grey. Dumont obliges, when Jane persuades him that 'a good deed can be its own reward', which Tarzan overhears her saying. As they are about to leave, none other than those less-than-friendly-diamond-miners, Neils and Merkus arrive. They want to search for their lost diamonds, and Tarzan reluctantly allows them on the condition that they leave the gorilla family alone. While mining, Neils and Merkus are attacked by Tublat, the banished bull-ape enemy of Tarzan and family. However by some lucky turn of fate, the dynamite goes off close to the creature and injures him, and the devious miners decide to cage him and sell him. Tarzan arrives, and tells Neils and Merkus that he doesn't mind if they take Tublat, or even kill him. When the gorillas find out that Tublat is gone, they celebrate, but Tarzan feels guilty and leaves theRead More