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Jungle (Jungle Book)
Background Information
Feature films The Jungle Book
The Jungle Book 2
Television programs Jungle Cubs
Video games The Jungle Book
Park attractions
Other Information
Other names Seoni Jungle
Location India
Ruler(s) Shere Khan
Inhabitants Bagheera, Baloo, Akela, Raksha, Grey Brother, Wolf Cubs, Wolf Council, King Louie, Bandar-log, Colonel Hathi, Winifred, Jungle Patrol, Hathi, Jr., Buzzie, Flaps, Ziggy, and Dizzy, Lucky, Flunkey, Kaa, Shere Khan, Rocky the rhino, The Croc, Ikki the porcupine, Arthur and Cecil, Tabaqui, Mahra, Ned, Jed & Fred, Mungo, Leah, Cain, Red Dogs, Whitehood, animals
Visitors Mowgli, Shanti, Ranjan, Ranjan's father, Messua, Shanti's mother, Buldeo, Nathoo, Katherine "Kitty" Brydon, Colonel Geoffrey Brydon, Sergeant Claibourne, Dr. Julius Plumford, William Boone, Sergeant Harley, Lt. John Wilkins, Indian Bandits, Alice, Rose, and Margaret, villagers
Final state Gets visited by Mowgli, Shanti, and Ranjan to spend time with both Baloo and Bagheera.

The Jungle of India is the setting from Disney's 1967 movie The Jungle Book, its sequel, and television series.

It is a thick and deep virgin jungle located somewhere in the center of India. It appears to be very vast and is home to a wide variety of wildlife. References are occasionally made to various parts of the jungle, mainly in relation to the location of Shere Khan. When Mowgli is about 10 years old, Shere Khan returns to the part of the jungle where the wolves and Mowgli make their home. This forces the pack to send Mowgli away for his safety, otherwise Shere Khan would kill them. On the outskirts of the jungle is a man-village, where Mowgli later lived. Deep in the heart of the jungle are the ancient ruins where King Louie and his monkeys make their home.

Colonel Hathi and his herd are said to patrol the jungle as part of cross-country marches.


  • In Kingdom Hearts Birth by Sleep, players can access textureless maps of The Jungle Book world through the use of a cheat device, including King Louie's throne room (which is the only one with textures).

The Jungle Book
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Animated Films: The Jungle Book (1967) • The Jungle Book 2 (2003)

Live Action Films: Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book (1994) • The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story (1998)

TV Series: Jungle Cubs (1996-98)

Video Games: The Jungle Book (1994) • The Jungle Book Groove Party (2000)

Music: The Jungle Book (soundtrack) (1967) • More Jungle Book... Further Adventures of Baloo and Mowgli (1969)

Characters: The Jungle Book (1967): MowgliBalooBagheeraKing LouieShere KhanKaaColonel HathiWinifredHathi, Jr.Jungle PatrolBuzzie, Flaps, Ziggy, and DizzyAkelaRamaRakshaWolf CubsWolf CouncilFlunkeyBandar-logShanti | Deleted characters: Rocky the RhinoBuldeoTabaqui | The Jungle Book 2 (2003): RanjanRanjan's fatherMessuaShanti's motherLucky | Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book (1994): Grey BrotherNathooKatherine "Kitty" BrydonColonel Geoffrey BrydonSergeant ClaibourneDr. Julius PlumfordWilliam BooneSergeant HarleyLt. John WilkinsIndian BanditsAlice, Rose, and Margaret | Jungle Cubs (1996-98): Arthur and CecilThe CrocMahraNed, Jed & FredMungoLeahCainRed DogsWinifred's Uncle | House of Mouse (2002): King Larry

Locations: JungleAncient RuinsMan VillageIndia

Songs: The Jungle Book (1967): "Colonel Hathi's March" • "The Bare Necessities" • "I Wan'na Be Like You" • "Trust in Me" • "That's What Friends are For" • "My Own Home" | Deleted songs (c. 1964): "Brothers All" • "The Song of the Seeonee" • "Monkey See, Monkey Do" • "I Knew I Belonged to Her" • "In A Day's Work" • "The Mighty Hunters" | More Jungle Book (1969): "Baloo's Blues" • "It's a Kick" • "Jungle Fever" • "If You Wanna See Some Strange Behavior (Take a Look at Man)" | Jungle Cubs (1996): "Take Your Sweet, Sweet Time" | The Jungle Book Groove Party (2000): "The Jungle's No Place for a Boy" • "Join the Ranks" • "Go Bananas in the Coconut Tree" • "A Mood for Food" • "We Are the Vultures" • "Run" • "A Brand New Day" | The Jungle Book 2 (2003): "The Jungle Rhythm" • "W-I-L-D" • "Right Where I Belong"

See also: Disney Sing Along Songs: The Bare Necessities (1987) • Who Framed Roger Rabbit (1988) • TaleSpin (1990-91) • House of Mouse (2001-03) • Disney's Jungle Boogie (1999)