||Larsen, a white safari raider, has taken an ape idol and a woman, from a safari. Kaänga frees the woman, and with her, takes the idol back to its rightful place. There, they find the woman's father, left in the pit where Larsen had thrown him. Then, in order to leave, Kaänga must battle the apes of the area. When he defeats their leader, they acknowledge him as their king and he and his party depart freely.
||Pencils: Maurice Whitman (signed) | Inks: Maurice Whitman (signed)|