Munki and Trunk spot some delicious fruit and head through the jungle to get it. The journey's easy for Munki because he can swing from vines, but for Trunk it is more difficult.
Munki and Trunk find some delicious-smelling prickly pears, but they're surrounded by a cactus barrier which makes it very difficult to reach them.
Munki has a sore throat and his best friend Trunk needs to get him some honey to soothe it, but all the honey is in the hive at the top of a tall tree.
Trunk's loud footsteps cause trouble in the jungle when she almost steps on Ribbert, she makes leaves fall on Humph's lawn and she nearly wakes Mama's eggs.
Munki thinks that he's destroyed Trunk's precious flower, so he journeys through the jungle desperately searching for a replacement before Trunk gets back home.
When a game of catch goes badly wrong, Munki is sent flying to Antarctica. He starts the long journey back home, and meets some strange new friends on the way.
While the Ostrich family is having a swim at the river, Munki, Trunk and Rocky play fetch in their clearing, and accidentally destroy the ostrich nest. They must rebuild it as soon as possible.
It's nighttime in the jungle. The animals are trying to sleep, but a series of mysterious noises keeps them awake. Giraffe is freaked out. Is it a monster? No! Rocky the rhino is sleepwalking, and crashing his way through the jungle.
Trunk gets the hiccups, and Munki tries to help her find a cure. She tries traditional remedies like holding her breath or drinking upside-down but they only make things worse.
Mama Ostrich asks Munki and Trunk to look after her eggs for a little while. Munki thinks it's going to be an easy job, but the eggs are escape artists and they're soon leading Munki and Trunk on a high-speed chase.
Munki and Trunk accidentally dislodge the beehive from it's usual tree, and it ends up stuck in the branches of their own tree. The bees swarm to protect their new home and Munki and Trunk have to find another place to live.
Rocky loves nothing in this world more than a stick. He buries one by the waterhole, but the next morning he forgets where it is and starts digging everywhere to find it.
It's a crazily hot day. Munki and Trunk do everything they can to cool down, but the river and the water hole dry up, and Trunk gets encased in quick-drying mud. Through a series of misadventures they end up on a nearby snow-capped peak.
Munki and Trunk wake up to discover that all the bananas have disappeared. They travel around the jungle like a pair of private sleuths, investigating the crime, and trying to find the banana-stealing suspect.
Munki and Trunk are about to tuck into an epic fruit picnic. But the beehive falls from the tree, and Buzzby comes to them for help.
Munki and Trunk discover some pods that pop when touched, scattering their seeds. Munki gets excited when he realises that he can make a chain reaction of exploding seeds.
Munki and Trunk are deeply disturbed when a rock starts crawling around by itself. It's a tortoise! They've never seen one before, and have no idea how to handle it.
Munki's swinging tail accidentally hypnotises Trunk into thinking that she's a monkey. While Munki tries to work out what's wrong with her, he accidentally hypnotises more of his friends.
Munki and Trunk are bored! Trunk comes up with a variety of fun experiences to entertain them, but Munki doesn't really want to do any of them. Trunk eventually runs out of ideas and falls into despair.
Munki and Trunk are messing around making weird food concoctions when lightning strikes. Munki's concoction turns into a potion that makes him grow taller, while Trunk's makes her grow shorter.
A storm is approaching, and Munki and Trunk know that Rocky the Rhino is terrified of thunder. They need to calm Rocky down, and block his ears with moss. Unfortunately, Rocky gets startled by the thunder.
One of Mama Ostrich's feathers comes loose and blows through the jungle. By chance, it keeps on blowing past Munki and Trunk, tickling them mercilessly.
Trunk has managed to get herself in a tricky situation. She is trying to rescue her flower, and has somehow ended up stuck high up between two stone spires, far out in the savannah.
Munki and Trunk discover a mysterious flower with glowing pink sap. Whatever the sap touches turns floppy, arms, legs, rocks, trees. Everything. Munki and Trunk have a huge amount of fun playing with the sap.
Munki and Trunk race through the long grass. The air is dry, and Munki gets charged up with crackling static electricity, which makes his fur go puffy. Dry leaves get attracted to Munki, following him around and getting stuck to his fur.
Munki sees how much Trunk loves her flower, and wants a flower of his own to look after. Trunk is excited to teach Munki how to garden, and he turns out to be a good student.
Munki sees his footprints in the mud, and he likes the way they look. He tries sticking his hands in the mud, too, and makes hand-prints on nearby rocks. Realising he has discovered art, he throws himself into his new discovery, making sculptures and paintings.
Munki wakes up with a tuft of hair sticking out the side of his head and Trunk tries to fix it. She wets the tuft, brushes it, glues it down with honey, hides it under a hat but everything she does makes the situation worse.
While trying to get at a delicious bunch of berries, Munki accidentally breaks a branch and super-sticky sap starts dripping into the clearing. They end up getting glued to everything.
Humph tastes honey for the first time. It's so delicious. It makes him feel warm and happy, and he wants to share his joy with the rest of the jungle. The other animals, however, aren't used to the normally grumpy Humph being so happy.
Munki and Trunk start a staring competition and Munki is the reigning champion until he meets his match with Tallbert. The two of them stare at each other until the sun goes down and Munki falls asleep.
Munki, Trunk and Tallbert are engaged in a wild game of tag. They bump into Rocky the Rhino, and try to get him to join in the game. Rocky is enthusiastic, but it takes him a long time to understand the rules.
Munki and Trunk are playing one of their normal games of tag. Munki discovers that Trunk can't catch him if he's standing on Humph's precious lawn. Trunk tries vacuuming him off it, though, and accidentally rips Humph's lawn right off.
Munki and Trunk lose Baby Ostrich during a game of hide and seek. They find her again at the top of a tall slope, hiding behind a tree that is growing curious, surfboard-like seed pods.
Trunk's precious flower is looking very droopy. Trunk is worried that it's ill, and tries to protect it from the world. Unfortunately, Buzby the bee seems determined to get to the flower to collect its pollen.
Munki and Trunk discover some fruit that they can mash up and use as body paint. But when Trunk paints Munki as a bee, they discover that he can successfully infiltrate the swarm.
Baby Ostrich and the Eggs see Munki and Trunk having a race, and want to be involved. They join in, and don't stop racing, even though the sun goes down.
Munki and Trunk throw a nut that looks like a ball for Rocky. It ends up going over the edge of a ravine and the overenthusiastic Rocky goes over the the edge with it.
Trunk tries to put Baby Ostrich to sleep by singing a lullaby. Baby discovers singing, and she takes to it enthusiastically, but her voice is terrible and she ruins the peace of the jungle.