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DK's Jungle Parkway is a race course in the Special Cup of Mario Kart 64. It is Donkey Kong's home track in the game. When racers go off-course, "restless natives", as the instruction booklet calls them, will throw stones at them. Who these "natives" are is unknown. A cruise boat named Mario floats around the river in the jungle. The race starts off along the shoreline of the river which leads to a massive jump across the river. Players then follow the winding dirt path to a narrow wooden bridge at the edge of a waterfall. The bridge leads to a small cave, which ends at the start of the track. The course was remade in Mario Kart Wii, with some differences. Characters are now riding the cruise boat, the water is yellowish-orange instead of blue (to reflect the color of the sunset sky), and the jungle has been pushed back, eliminating the "natives". Another change is that there's mud inside the cave, which will slow down racers that try to cross it, unless using a Mushroom, Golden Mushroom, Invincibility Star, or Mega Mushroom to cut ahead without slowing down. The Dash Panel at the jump has been modified. In the N64 version, if the player is shrunk by a lightning bolt when approaching the jump, it is possible for the player not to make it over the river. In the Wii version, the Dash Panel acts similar to the Barrel Cannon in DK Mountain where the player will always make it across, even when shrunk; plus the Dash Panel now forces the drivers to go straight and prevents them from cutting ahead and/or any going anywhere else. Also, the course map has been rotated 90 degrees counterclockwise.
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