Yoko, Jakamoto and Toto put on a show in the wilderness.
Yoko, Jakamoto and Toto try to return an egg they have found to its nest, but an angry crocodile wants to stop them.
Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto discover the magical musical world of the night creatures.
Toto meets an ugly caterpillar that turns into a beautiful butterfly.
Toto and Yoko join the fashionable in crowd, but when Jakamoko isn't allowed to join because he can't perform the group's special song and dance, Yoko decides to show people that it's OK to be different.
Toto learns a very bad word from some big gorillas and shocks everyone by saying it, even making Deenah the baby elephant cry.
Toto tries to show Yoko and Jakamoko some amazing singing meerkats but every time he points them out, the meerkats hide.
Jojo the monkey challenges Toto to a race, but Jojo is bigger and stronger than Toto and also plans to cheat.
Toto finds a special hollow log to play with, but refuses to share it with Yoko and Jakamoko.
Toto and Yoko measure themselves to see who is the tallest; Toto boasts about being taller than Yoko, but is upset when he realizes that Jakamoko is even taller than he is.
Jakamoko accidentally wakes Toto from a happy dream; after an argument, neither can get back to sleep and enjoy their dreams; it is up to Yoko to get them to make friends again.
Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto stay up late with Roro, a coyote, to see what happens at night; then Toto shows Roro what happens during the day; soon everyone is a bit mixed up about when to sleep and when to stay awake.
Toto accidentally smashes a scale off Papabobo's back; he tries to mend it but only succeeds in making things worse; soon everyone is lining up to solve the puzzle of Papabobo's back.
Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto find the biggest coconut they have ever seen and want it for their supper; however, the big nut proves impossible to crack.
Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto follow a tiny beetle pushing a ball across the wilderness.
Yoko annoys everyone with her singing, then ends up losing her voice.
Toto wakes up alone on a desert island, unable to get home.
Toto and Jakamoko want to be friends with handsome cockerel Chicko, but he is not as nice as he looks.
Jakamoko accidentally falls down a hole during a game of catch and can't get out.
A traveller arrives from overseas and wants to make friends with Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto.
Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto find three tiny seeds and plant them to see what they will grow into.
Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto babysit a little monkey called Fifi, but no matter what they do she just won't go to sleep.
When Toto falls into a muddy puddle, Yoko and Jakamoto try to get him clean again, but the smell keeps coming back.
The spectacular secrets of a crystal cave are revealed to Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto by a firefly in need of assistance.
The three friends get themselves right into a sticky old mess.
Toto is being very annoying; he keeps playing pranks and being rude, so Jakamoko tries to teach him to be more considerate of others.
Toto is mistaken for a celebrity, but he soon learns that friendships mean more than fame.
The friends make fun of an elderly jaguar with a limp, but when the tables are turned on them they find that they don't like being picked on.
Yoko and Jakamoko try to cure Toto after he laughs so much that he gets the hiccups.
Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto discover that they are stronger together than apart in a battle against the elements, and that a windy day can actually be good fun.
The friends are hungry and trying to find food; when they try to get honey from a beehive, they are chased away by angry bees, and when they try to get a prickly pear off a cactus, the spikes are too sharp.
The friends go on tour performing a song and dance routine, but their audience isn't as impressed as they are.
Yoko teaches a baby bird to fly, but the bird soon puts lives in danger by not flying safely.
Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto are having so much fun they don't want the day to end.
The trio are desperate to cross a ravine, but find that the grass isn't always greener on the other side.
Toto falls in love with a monkey and tries to win her heart.
Yoko finds a new friend more interesting than Toto and Jakamoko; but she soon discovers that her old friends understand her better.
Toto spoils Yoko and Jakamoko's enjoyment of a song.
Jakamoko tries to impress Papabobo, his elderly relative, by behaving sensibly; Yoko and Toto, on the other hand, think he might enjoy a little fun.
A game of tag gets out of hand in the wilderness.
The three friends compete for the affections of Tee Tee, a baby turtle.
The three friends try to catch an irritating fly but when they succeed, they feel guilty and decide to let it go free.
Yoko flies away with a flock of Yoko-birds, but soon discovers that her new friends are not very exciting; Toto and Jakamoko try to find their Yoko amongst all the other Yoko-birds.
The friends fight over a beautiful shell, but before they can learn to share it, it walks away, leaving them empty handed.
Jakamoko and Toto have trouble getting to sleep after playing scary monsters all day, so Yoko sings them a lullaby.
Jakamoko and Yoko each have a special thing that only they can do; Toto does not, so he must find one.
Yoko, Jakamoko and Toto meet some penguins and learn how to play in the snow.