Jungle (TCG)

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Cards in set English: 64
Japanese: 48
Set number English: 2
Japanese: 2
Release date English: June 16, 1999
Japanese: March 5, 1997
Theme Decks

Power Reserve (PsychicGrass)
Water Blast (WaterFighting)

Expansion Pack
Pokémon Jungle
Mystery of the Fossils

Jungle (Japanese: ポケモンジャングル Pokémon Jungle) is the name given to the second main expansion of cards of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. The set continues to feature Generation I Pokémon in the card game.


Can You Catch All the Jungle™ Cards?

Are you ready to explore the jungle? If you look hard, you'll find 48 new Pokémon™® cards in the exciting Jungle expansion for the Pokémon trading card game. Trade with your friends, show off your favorites, and build decks from the random cards in this booster pack to customize a Pokémon theme deck or starter set.

Collect all the Jungle cards and you'll discover awesome new holographic cards with super attacks—a must for every Pokémon collector!

Do you have the skills to become the world's number-one Pokémon Master? Master the Pokémon trading card game and find out!


Jungle is the name given to the second main expansion of the Pokémon Trading Card Game. In Japan, it was released as Pokémon Jungle, the second expansion in the Pokémon Card Game. It is based on Pokémon Red, Blue, and Green, featuring Generation I Pokémon, and is said to take place in the Kanto Safari Zone. The English expansion was released on June 16, 1999, while the Japanese expansion was released on March 5, 1997. Subsequently all other language releases for Jungle were February of 2000.

The Japanese release contained 48 cards; however, the English release was expanded to 64 cards since Wizards of the Coast decided to include Non Holofoil prints of the Rare Holo cards. This is to make the expansion larger, as well as preventing packs from guaranteeing a Holofoil card. The 1st Edition print run also accidentally included the extremely rare 1st Edition Promo Pikachu. In the Australian release, the Unlimited print used red lettering for the word "Pokémon" instead of yellow on relevant packaging. This was to help prevent counterfeiting.

Additional cards
No. Image Card name Type Promotion
1/64   Clefable   Pokémon League Prerelease promo
56/64   Meowth   Gold border Pokémon Rolls exclusive
60/64   Pikachu   Duelist Magazine W Promo

Corrected error cards
No. Image Card name Type Promotion
33/64   Butterfree   1st Edition - "Edition d"
63/64   Venonat   Dark line on top left where background meets border

Set lists

No. Image Card name Type Rarity
1/64   Clefable     Promotion
2/64   Electrode     Promotion
3/64   Flareon     Promotion
4/64   Jolteon     Promotion
5/64   Kangaskhan     Promotion
6/64   Mr. Mime     Promotion
7/64   Nidoqueen     Promotion
8/64   Pidgeot     Promotion
9/64   Pinsir     Promotion
10/64   Scyther     Promotion
11/64   Snorlax     Promotion
12/64   Vaporeon     Promotion
13/64   Venomoth     Promotion
14/64   Victreebel     Promotion
15/64   Vileplume     Promotion
16/64   Wigglytuff     Promotion
17/64   Clefable     Promotion
18/64   Electrode     Promotion
19/64   Flareon     Promotion
20/64   Jolteon     Promotion
21/64   Kangaskhan     Promotion
22/64   Mr. Mime     Promotion
23/64   Nidoqueen     Promotion
24/64   Pidgeot     Promotion
25/64   Pinsir     Promotion
26/64   Scyther     Promotion
27/64   Snorlax     Promotion
28/64   Vaporeon     Promotion
29/64   Venomoth     Promotion
30/64   Victreebel     Promotion
31/64   Vileplume     Promotion
32/64   Wigglytuff     Promotion
33/64   Butterfree     Promotion
34/64   Dodrio     Promotion
35/64   Exeggutor     Promotion
36/64   Fearow     Promotion
37/64   Gloom     Promotion
38/64   Lickitung     Promotion
39/64   Marowak     Promotion
40/64   Nidorina     Promotion
41/64   Parasect     Promotion
42/64   Persian     Promotion
43/64   Primeape     Promotion
44/64   Rapidash     Promotion
45/64   Rhydon     Promotion
46/64   Seaking     Promotion
47/64   Tauros     Promotion
48/64   Weepinbell     Promotion
49/64   Bellsprout     Promotion
50/64   Cubone     Promotion
51/64   Eevee     Promotion
52/64   Exeggcute     Promotion
53/64   Goldeen     Promotion
54/64   Jigglypuff     Promotion
55/64   Mankey     Promotion
56/64   Meowth     Promotion
57/64   Nidoran♀     Promotion
58/64   Oddish     Promotion
59/64   Paras     Promotion
60/64   Pikachu     Promotion
61/64   Rhyhorn     Promotion
62/64   Spearow     Promotion
63/64   Venonat     Promotion
64/64   Poké Ball T   Promotion

Pokémon Jungle
No. Image Card name Type Rarity
  Nidoran♀     Promotion
  Oddish     Promotion
  Paras     Promotion
  Venonat     Promotion
  Bellsprout     Promotion
  Exeggcute     Promotion
  Butterfree     Promotion
  Nidorina     Promotion
  Gloom     Promotion
  Parasect     Promotion
  Weepinbell     Promotion
  Exeggutor     Promotion
  Nidoqueen     Promotion
  Vileplume     Promotion
  Venomoth     Promotion
  Victreebel     Promotion
  Scyther     Promotion
  Pinsir     Promotion
  Rapidash     Promotion
  Flareon     Promotion
  Goldeen     Promotion
  Seaking     Promotion
  Vaporeon     Promotion
  Pikachu     Promotion
  Electrode     Promotion
  Jolteon     Promotion
  Mr. Mime     Promotion
  Mankey     Promotion
  Cubone     Promotion
  Rhyhorn     Promotion
  Primeape     Promotion
  Marowak     Promotion
  Rhydon     Promotion
  Spearow     Promotion
  Jigglypuff     Promotion
  Meowth     Promotion
  Eevee     Promotion
  Fearow     Promotion
  Persian     Promotion
  Dodrio     Promotion
  Lickitung     Promotion
  Tauros     Promotion
  Pidgeot     Promotion
  Clefable     Promotion
  Wigglytuff     Promotion
  Kangaskhan     Promotion
  Snorlax     Promotion
  Poké Ball T   Promotion


English Wigglytuff pack
English Scyther pack
English Flareon pack
Japanese Pokémon Jungle pack
English Jungle booster box
Japanese Pokémon Jungle
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  • The Japanese Pokémon Jungle booster box depicts an Exeggutor with an elongated neck that greatly resembles the Alolan Exeggutor.

Languages this set is released in

The Pokémon Jungle set is released in Japanese, all with rarity symbols. The Jungle set is released in English, Dutch, German, French, Italian, Spanish, and Portuguese in both 1st and unlimited edition. All the English Holofoil Rares in the unlimited edition Jungle set were also accidentally printed as error cards without set symbol.

In other languages

Language Title
  Dutch Jungle
  French Jungle
  German Dschungel
  Italian Jungle
  Brazilian Portuguese Selva
  Russian Джунгли Dzhungli
  Spanish Jungla

External links

  This article is part of Project TCG, a Bulbapedia project that aims to report on every aspect of the Pokémon Trading Card Game.

Pokémon Trading Card Game expansions and releases
Bold indicates a main expansion. Italics indicate a special set. Releases that are entirely composed of prints from other releases are small.
Original Series
Wizards Black Star Promos
Pokémon Demo GameTrainer Deck ATrainer Deck B
Base Set: 2-Player Starter SetOvergrowthZap!BrushfireBlackout
Jungle: Power ReserveWater Blast
Fossil: BodyGuardLockDown
Base Set 2: 2-Player CD-ROM Starter SetGrass ChopperHot WaterLightning BugPsych Out
Team Rocket: DevastationTrouble
Gym Heroes: BrockMistyLt. SurgeErika
Pikachu World Collection 2000
Gym Challenge: SabrinaKogaBlaineGiovanni
Original Era
Unnumbered Promotional cards
Expansion Pack: Starter Deck
Pokémon Jungle
Mystery of the Fossils
Rocket Gang
Expansion Sheet 1Nivi City GymHanada City GymExpansion Sheet 2Kuchiba City GymTamamushi City Gym
Leaders' Stadium
Expansion Sheet 3Quick Starter Gift SetYamabuki City GymGuren Town Gym
Challenge from the Darkness
Southern IslandsIntro Pack