A revolutionary gun-runner is stopped before he can take-over Bendali, thanks to Tarzan and the animals.
Shaka is bitten by a deadly spider. There is no known antidote for the poison except for a plant which grows miles away in the Urongo Basin. Unless Tarzan can bring the plant back in time, his friend Shaka will die.
A virus laden monkey saves the day when it bites an escaping drug runner.
A primitive native man, on the lam from a ruthless construction company, is reunited with his family, with help form Tarzan.
Roger learns that love is as delicate for humans as it is for animals.
Tarzan is bribed by the commissioner to recover a priceless artifact from an ancient temple littered with booby traps.
An aging anthropologist re-discovers the small family of gorillas that he found many years ago, at the start of career.
Dan's conniving twin brother, Joseph assumes his identity and attempts to steal $10,000 from Jane's research fund, only to be foiled by Tarzan and Cheetah.
When an earthquake threatens Tarzan's life, the animals of the jungle do their part to rescue him.
A selfish archery champion challenges Tarzan to a duel, only to learn that some things can be gained from losing.
When Cheetah falls into a coma after a scorpion bite, Tarzan and the group reminisce about the misadventures they have had with him.
A man seeking vengeance places a voodoo curse on Tarzan.
Mysterious events thought to be caused by an ancient artifact, force Tarzan to return the infamous Sapphire Elephant to its resting place in a sacred temple in the jungle.
Carlos Mendosa, Dan's godson from the Bronx, returns to jungle after running away from home. He feels he was no longer needed by his widowed mother when she remarried. When Tarzan finds out the real reason for his 'visit' he uses his jungle psychology.