Jungle (disambiguation)

Jungle (disambiguation)

A jungle is dense forest in a tropical climate

Jungle can also refer to:


* "Jungle", a nickname for the Lawrence Heights neighbourhood in Toronto, Ontario, Canada
* "Jungle", the nickname of "Jabari Jones", the younger brother of rapper Nas, also half of The Bravehearts
* "Jungle Jack Hanna", an American zoo keeper and animal expert
* "Jungle George", film producer


* "Baldwin Village", a notorious community in Los Angeles, infamous for its gang-related violence and nicknamed "The Jungle" by its residents.
* "The Jungle (Wheldon Road)", a rugby league stadium in Castleford, England
* "Jungle Gardens", a botanical garden and bird sanctuary located on Avery Island, Louisiana
* "Lakhi Jungle", a jungle near Bathinda, India
* "Lacandon Jungle", a jungle in the state of Chiapas, Mexico
* "Jungle City", an infamous community located in Toronto, Canada also known as Lawrence Heights


* "Jungle Cat", a medium-small wild cat genus Felis
* "Junglefowl", a group of four living species of bird in the pheasant family
* "Jungle Myna", a bird common resident breeder in tropical southern Asia
* "Jungle Crow", a very widespread Asian species of crow
* "Jungle Owlet", an Indian species of owl
* "Jungle Babbler", birds of tropical areas, with the greatest variety in southeast Asia
* "Jungle Prinia", a small warbler of the Indian subcontinent and Sri Lanka
* "Jungle Hawk Owl", a medium-sized, dark-colored owl resident of New Guinea and Papua New Guinea
* "Jungle Bush Quail", a species of quail found in South Asia
* "Jungle Palm Squirrel", a species of Indian rodent
* "jungle carpet python", a non-venomous python subspecies found in the rainforests of Queensland, Australia


* "Jungle nymph", a large member of the Phasmatodea

In fiction

* "Jungle fiction", a story in a Jungle setting

In books

* "The Jungle Book", the 1894 collection of stories written by Rudyard Kipling
* "Letting in the Jungle", a 1894 short story by Rudyard Kipling which continues Mowgli's adventures
* "The Second Jungle Book", the 1895 sequel to The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling
* "The Beast in the Jungle", a 1903 novella by Henry James
* "The Jungle", a 1906 novel by Upton Sinclair
* "Bomba, the Jungle Boy, a series of American boy's adventure books
* "Rubyfruit Jungle", a 1973 explicit lesbianism novel by Rita Mae Brown
* "Lipstick Jungle (novel)", a novel written by New York writer and socialite Candace Bushnell
* "The Third Jungle Book, a 1992 collection of new stories about Mowgli by Pamela Jekel


* "Jungle Run", a children's television programme
* "The Jungle (The Twilight Zone)", an episode of the television series "The Twilight Zone"
* "Jungle (The Mighty Boosh episode)", an episode of the cult BBC comedy The Mighty Boosh
* "", the sixteenth season series of Power Rangers
* "Naked Jungle", a 2000 one-off television game show by Channel 5
* "Lipstick Jungle (TV series)", a 2008 American drama series based on the novel of the same name


* "Blackboard Jungle", a 1955 social commentary film
* "Jungle (TV series)", a 2003 BBC nature documentary series
* "Deep Jungle", a 2005 three-part miniseries documentary


* "The Lost Jungle", a 1934 movie serial by Mascot
* "Jungle Menace", a Columbia movie serial beginning from 1937
* "Jungle Book (1942 film)", an American color 1942 action/adventure film
* "The Asphalt Jungle", a 1950 film noir directed by John Huston
* "Female Jungle", a 1955 black-and-white B-movie
* "The Jungle Book (1967 film)", a 1967 animated Walt Disney film
* "Carry On up the Jungle", a 1970 "Carry On" film
* "", a 1975 adult-oriented French/Belgian animated film
* "Jungle Fever", a 1991 film directed by Spike Lee
* "Rudyard Kipling's The Jungle Book", a 1994 Disney film based on the Mowgli stories
* "Jungle 2 Jungle", a 1997 Disney comedy film
* "Jungle (film)", a 2000 Hindi film by Ram Gopal Varma, starring Fardeen Khan and Urmila Matondkar
* "The Jungle Book 2", a 2003 animated feature produced by the DisneyToons studio
* "Jungledyret Hugo", a Danish cartoon character sometimes translated "Jungle Jack"
* "", a 1997 adventure film


* "Jungle Jitters", a 1938 cartoon by Warner Bros. Pictures
* "Sheena, Queen of the Jungle", a comic book published originally by Fiction House beginning from 1942
* "Jungle Action", two separate comic book series published by Marvel Comics beginning from 1954
* "Jungle Tales", a 1954-5 comic book published by Atlas Comics
* "Jungle Cubs", an animated series produced by Disney for ABC in 1996
* "Jungle de Ikou!", a 1997 fanservice anime directed by Yuji Moriyama
* "Jungle Planet", a fictional planet home to beastial Transformers in "Transformers: Cybertron"
* "Jungle King Tar-chan", a manga and anime by Masaya Tokuhiro
* "Jungle Love (Family Guy), an episode of Family Guy
* "Jungle Book Shonen Mowgli", a 1989 anime adaption of the original Jungle Book story
* "Jungle Emperor Leo", a 1997 animated movie focusing based on the manga "Kimba the White Lion"

In music

* "Oldskool jungle", a style of electronic music
* "Ragga jungle", a kind of music based on production of Michael West
* "Drum and bass", also known as "jungle", is a type of electronic dance music
* "Money Jungle", a 1962 jazz trio session by Duke Ellington
* "Jungle Boogie", a 1973 funk song by Kool & the Gang
* "Subterranean Jungle", the seventh studio album by punk band the Ramones
* "Jungle Love (song)", a 1984 hit song by The Time
* "Urban Jungle Tour", the 1989 tour of The Rolling Stones
* "Jungle Man", a song by the Red Hot Chili Peppers
* "Jungle Love", a song by The Steve Miller Band
* "Jungle (album)", a 2002 album by Astrud Gilberto
* "Jungle Records", a British-based record label formed in 1982
* "Welcome to the Jungle", a song by American hard rock band Guns N' Roses
* "Jungle", a 2000 single by Japanese artist Taiji
* "Jungle", a song by Electric Light Orchestra from their 1977 album "Out of the Blue"
* "Jungle", a song by KISS from their 1997 album ""
* "Jungle Brothers", an American hip hop/jungle group
* "Straight out the Jungle", the debut album from hip hop group Jungle Brothers
* "Projects in the Jungle", a 1984 album by the American hard rock and heavy metal band Pantera
* "Jungle Rot", an American death metal band founded in Kenosha, Wisconsin (USA)

In gaming

* "Jungle (board game)", a traditional Chinese board game
* "Jungle Hunt", a side-scrolling arcade game produced by Taito in 1982
* "Jill of the Jungle, a 1992 trilogy of platform computer games by Epic MegaGames
* "Jungle Wars 2", a 1993 helicopter shooting game for SNES
* "Jungle Strike", a 1993 Multi-directional shooters game
* "The Jungle Book (video game)", a 1994 series of video games based on the 1967 Disney animated film
* "Jungle (Pokémon Trading Card Game)", a Pokémon Trading Card set
* "", a 2005 third-person action-adventure video game for PlayStation 2 and Xbox
* "Donkey Kong Jungle Beat", a 2005 Nintendo GameCube video game featuring the gorilla Donkey Kong
* "Donkey Kong Jungle Fever", a 2005 arcade game by Capcom & Nintendo
* "DK Jungle Climber", a 2007 platforming video game by Nintendo for the Nintendo DS
* "Urban Jungle", an educational computer game published in Croatia


* "Jet Jungle", a superhero radio play , broadcast on Springbok Radio station in South Africa in the 1970s
* "", or just "Jungle Jam", a radio show with Evangelical Christian themes


* "The Rumble in the Jungle", a historic boxing between George Foreman and Muhammad Ali


* "Jitney Jungle", a chain of supermarkets founded in 1919 at Jackson, Mississippi.
* "Jungle Jim's International Market", a large supermarket in Fairfield, Ohio


* "Jungle Cruise", an attraction at Disney theme parks
* "Jungle Island", an animal theme park in the city of Miami, Florida
* "Jungle Habitat", a Warner Brothers-owned theme park in West Milford, New Jersey
* "Jungle Jack's Landing", a water park in Powell, Ohio, United States
* "Monkey Jungle", a wildlife park for the exhibition and study of endangered monkeys
* "Jungle gym", a piece of playground equipment on which children can climb, hang, or sit
* "Jungle tourism", a subcategory of adventure travel


* "Jungle warfare", military techniques to survive and fight in jungle terrain
* "Jungle ration", a United States army ration
* "Jungle Division", a military organisation adopted by the Australian Army during WWII
* "Jungle boot", a type of combat boot designed for use in jungle warfare
* "Jungle rot", a military jargon for fungal action
* "Camp Gonsalves" Marine Corps Jungle Warfare Training Center, a United States Marine Corps training base
* "Jungle Cazadores", a special jungle warfare troops of the Argentine Army
* "Jungle Carbine", an informal term used for the Rifle No. 5 Mk I
* "Counter Insurgency and Jungle Warfare School", a training institution of the Indian Army
* "Jungle Commando", a guerrilla commando group in Suriname
* "Jungle style", the practice of taping or securing two gun magazines together


* "jungle primary", a primary election in which all candidates for elected office run in the same primary regardless of political party
* "Jungle juice", a mix of liquor
* "The Law of the Jungle", an expression that means the survival of the strongest
* "Jungle World", a German-language weekly newspaper published in Berlin

ee also

* The Jungle Book (disambiguation)
* Jungle Girl
* Jungle Jim (disambiguation)
* George of the Jungle
* Jungle Boy
* Jungle Fever (disambiguation)

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