A primitive society sentences Korak to death! Is this the end for the Lord of the Jungle's son?
In the first story, after escaping a group of carnivorous white apes, he saves a girl from a band of Neanderthals, fights a jealous brute, and is wrongly accused of his murder. In the second story, he chases a monkey which has stolen his knife, bow, and arrows, leaving him to defeat a leopard unarmed and to save the monkey from a hungry eagle.
In the first story, a helpless and unconscious jungle boy becomes the prize for a group of carnivorous white apes, who all find him too delicious-looking to share. Later in the story, wrongly sentenced to death, the youth is tied to a log and left on a riverbank to serve as a meal for a giant crocodile until he is rescued by a girl.