It’s a #movienightfriday and we are swinging from tree to tree with Tarzan as we explore the Jungle of Africa on the East Coast, assuming it is around Malawi.
While we can’t fully pinpoint which part of the African Continent Tarzan truly takes places, we read Tarzan of the Apes by Edgar Rice Burroughs on audible to compare and contrast. We then deep dived virtually to explore the African jungles and went on a field trip to the zoo.
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We hope you have fun with this movie night as much as we did.
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