The Obstrike family overcomes several obstacles to finally reach their destination: Jungle Rapids. But by the time they get there the park is closed! Feeling adventurous, they unlawfully enter the park and get lost. Confronted by a bear, gator, and elephants, they fight through the dark and shadowy trees before becoming entangled in the massive park forever.
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Two robbers succeed in the theft of a very valuable jewel and use Jungle Rapids as their escape route. But when they lose the jewel and discover other people in the park with them, murder is not beneath them. Jungle Rapids is a wild ride with many twists and a surprise ending.
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