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!
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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.
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.